CoP 26 was an exciting and busy period for the Scottish Forum, with a series of events in partnership with Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI) entitled 'Finance for Nature in Nature' on the shores of Loch Lomond.
GUEST BLOG: BUNLOIT - NATURE RECOVERY AND COMMUNITY PROSPERITY THROUGH REWILDING
Bunloit Rewilding is a natural capital management company with a purpose to “enable nature recovery and community prosperity through rewilding.” Through our values of leading by example, with courage we aim to create as large a positive impact on the natural world as possible.
Convened by NatureScot, and the Scottish Forum on Natural Capital, the Natural Capital Roundtables bring together senior representatives from across the public sector in Scotland, with the aim to explore natural capital approaches, share best practice, and develop joint actions.
The theme the fifth roundtable was: A natural capital approach for a net zero, nature positive economy.
Established in July 2020, and formerly known as the Scottish Conservation Finance Pioneers, the Scottish Nature Finance Pioneers group brings together anyone with an interest in nature finance in Scotland.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is a Scottish registered charity (charity number SC005792). It is also a company limited by guarantee and registered in Scotland (registered number SC040247), having its registered office at Harbourside House, 110 Commercial Street, Edinburgh EH6 6NF.