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Stirling welcomes international delegations

The University of Stirling welcomed two international delegations to campus last week, coinciding with the launch of Scotland’s International Environment Centre (SIEC).

The ATREE delegation meets senior university figures, including the Principal

Scotland's International Environment Centre launched

City Region Deal project puts Stirling and Clackmannanshire at the heart of global mission. An ambitious package of work to support sustainable jobs, growth and inward investment is officially underway, following a high-profile launch event in Clackmannanshire yesterday (Thursday 11th November).


Clean Air Champion for Scotland

A University of Stirling lecturer has been appointed Regional Clean Air Champion for Scotland, to help develop solutions to air quality challenges as part of the UK’s Clean Air Programme.

Dr Heather Price

Journalism students tell the untold stories of climate change

Stirling journalism students are helping to tell the untold stories of the devastating impact of climate change thanks to a new international initiative.

Dear Green Place

Environmental recovery platform launches at COP

A pioneering environmental recovery project that will turn the Forth Valley into a living laboratory is being launched to an international audience today [November 9] at global climate summit COP26.

Prof Andrew Tyler holding a sensor by the Kincardine Bridge