Environment

Action to Protect Rural Scotland (ARPS) Winter Webinar Series

Action to Protect Rural Scotland (APRS) is Scotland’s longest established environmental charity being founded in 1926 to protect Scotland’s world renowned landscapes and the amenity of the countryside.

Communities, Climate and Artificial Intelligence - Forum with AI Alliance

How will advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) impact the climate crisis?

Join the Scottish AI Alliance at this online community forum, open to all, to explore how AI is being used to combat the climate crisis and how Scotland can work towards an AI-powered future based on trust, ethics and inclusion. 

Recently, few topics have captured public attention and imagination quite like AI.

Paths for All's Expert Lecture

At a critical time for the health of both our population and our planet, making Scotland a walking nation is more important than ever.

Communities and organisations are being invited to submit their proposals to become Scotland’s next National Park.

A key commitment in the Bute House Agreement is to designate at least one new National Park in Scotland by 2026, to bring positive benefits for the environment and economy.

Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon and Trade Minister Richard Lochhead have written jointly to the UK Government to voice the Scottish Government’s concern about the possibility of the UK Government negotiating a ‘foundational trade partnership’ with the United States of America, as reported recently in the media.

The countdown is on to Scotland’s national smallholding festival, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre on Saturday 14th October 2023.

With changes to agricultural support coming into effect from 2025, Scottish Government is calling on the agriculture sector to help us shape the detail of future of support and how it is delivered.

The Scottish Government today published the Scottish Fish Farm Production Survey 2022.

Guidance to make the most of the outdoor spaces for early learning and childcare has been published this week. The guidance supports practitioners to provide high quality outdoor play experiences.

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