Non-essential work continued on grouse moors despite widespread calls for it to end but now a temporary stop to muirburn will be enforced by the law.
Guest Blog: Kevin Cummings, leader of the Langholm Moor Community Buyout project, discusses how the former driven grouse moor can be transformed to benefit local people, wildlife and the environment
A Better Way: How an Alternative to Grouse Moors could help tackle climate change, increase biodiversity and benefit Scotland’s people
Max Wiszniewski, Campaign Manager for ‘Revive: the coalition for grouse moor reform’, introduces the group’s new report which makes the […]
REVIVE RESPONDS to the Government commissioned ‘Werritty report’ by calling for an end to the untold suffering of animals on […]
Scottish Government commissioned review of Grouse Moor Management does little to end the circle of destruction, according to Revive coalition […]
Revive celebrates a year of successes on last day of shooting season and release two brand new reports
TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham addressed Scottish Parliament event on behalf of Revive to mark the end of a […]
REVIVE MET HUNDREDS of enthusiastic supporters of the campaign within the party and well over 200 people attended our fringe […]
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