EIGG


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EIGGEnvironmental and Industrial Geophysics Group (UK)
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He was also one of the trustees who completed a buy-out of Eigg in 1997 after decades of problems with absentee landlords.
Sylvia, who visited Eigg last week to take samples, said: "It is quite quirky.
Also celebrating the miracle of fecundity is the slightly less famous Scottish island of Eigg, which is enjoying something of a population boost.
On a clear day players can enjoy views of the isles of Skye, Rum, Eigg and Muck, as well as the peaks of South Uist just showing on the horizon to the north-west.
The Eigg Electric power network has renewable sources which include solar, hydro and wind power and currently uses lead acid batteries to store excess renewable energy and smooth the flow of power.
Other images singled out for recognition in the awards include shots of the Isle of Eigg in Scotland, urban areas and Romney Marsh in Kent.
She and 87 other residents on the Isle of Eigg always made do with virtually NO electricity supply.
Eigg, off Scotland's west coast, has recently been in the news with its newly opened power station, using a mixture of wind, solar and hydroelectricity.
But after spotting an ad for international volunteers to help with the construction of the burgeoning Earth Connections Sustainability Center on the remote Isle of Eigg in Northwestern Scotland, I knew I had to go.
ABOVE: Watching the beautiful sunset at Arisaig and looking across to the Isle of Eigg and Rhum is Snowy who lives with Colin and Mary MacDougall in Mallaig
POLICE had to ferried to the remote Hebridean isle of Eigg - after the first crime there in years.
Finally, over on the Isle of Eigg, James Crawford enjoys the contemporary perspective of Sweeney's Bothy.