The partnership aims to educate and inspire the public to take individual action through ten ways to Make Space For Nature, helping reverse nature loss and tackle climate change.
Laura Young, more commonly known as Less Waste Laura, will use her platform to highlight the challenges that face the natural world, and ways we can all help.
High quality, nutritious food locally and sustainably produced is key to our wellbeing – in economic, environmental, social and health terms.
The Scottish Government has set out the list of measures for the Agricultural Reform Programme (ARP) and has stated:
A route map and list of draft measures has been published by The Scottish Government which provides further clarity on how they intend to deliver the ambitions set out in the Vision for Agriculture, published in March 2022.
Projects returning former industrial or derelict sites to community use will be more likely to be approved following the introduction of long term planning reforms.
Scotland has achieved its highest ever reported score in an international survey which asks 60,000 adults from 20 countries what their perceptions are of 60 nations.
The Nation Brands Index (NBI) 2022 survey scores and ranks countries across six dimensions including Culture, Tourism, Governance, Immigration and Investment, Exports, and People.
Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon has announced a new payment scheme for farmers and crofters to improve the health and welfare of sheep and cattle, ahead of an address to the National Farmers Union Scotland annual general meeting.
A report from the Scottish Government's Agricultural Policy Division - 'Reducing emissions from agriculture – the role of new farm technologies' - was published this week (6 February 2023).
NatureScot will hold the first Nature Restoration Jobs and Skills Conference on the 13th March, giving prime opportunity for delegates to hear from a range of speakers on Scotland’s ambition for nature restoration.