Impact through Policy and Legislation – Strategic Aim 1
- 1.1 Scotland has a policy framework informed by natural capital thinking, including the use of appropriate business incentives and penalties.
- 1.2 The Scottish Government’s expectations in relation to natural capital, as expressed in the Government Economic Strategy, Programme for Government and the National Performance Framework, are understood across the public, private and voluntary sectors.
- 1.3 Scotland’s natural capital risks and trends are routinely monitored by a composite of indicators, including the Natural Capital Asset Index, as an integral part of the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework.
Impact through Knowledge and Innovation – Strategic Aim 2
- 2.1 Stakeholders from Scotland’s public, private and voluntary sectors are using and actively shaping natural capital research in Scotland.
- 2.2 Decisions in Scotland’s public, private and voluntary sectors are informed by leading natural capital research and practice from Scotland and around the world.
- 2.3 Scotland has a dynamic and successful natural capital innovation programme, engaging a variety of sectors, leading to new approaches to protecting and enhancing natural capital.
Impact through Catalysing Action – Strategic Aim 3
- 3.1 Action to protect and enhance natural capital is championed by a wide range of stakeholders from Scotland’s public, private and voluntary sectors
- 3.2 Collaboration is leading to increasing investment in Scotland’s natural capital.
- 3.3 Natural capital related initiatives (e.g. Natural Capital Protocol, Natural Capital Declaration) are widely adopted within Scotland.
As an outcome from a Strategy Session held for steering group members in 2020, the Scottish Forum has created a logic model that provides an up-to-date, and refreshed guide for future strategic direction.