AECOM, commissioned by Scottish Forestry, in association with Tilhill Forestry and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), completed a recent study to apply a natural capital approach to a forest creation project in Scotland.
A new infographic attempts to answer a question we posed with Scottish Environment LINK at a recent event, “What are the top 5 opportunities for Scotland's land based natural capital in the context of a green recovery?”
Professor Marc Metzger, co-chair of Ecosystem Services Community Scotland (ESCom), describes the integration of ESCom as a new working group in the Scottish Forum, and outlines some past and future activities.
The Capitals Coalition and the Cambridge Conservation Initiative recently published new guidance, aiming to enable businesses and financial institutions to better value biodiversity in their decision-making processes
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.