Ross Priory

COP 26 Partnership event with GEFI - Save the date!

The Scottish Forum is delighted to report on some exciting partnership news for COP 26.
6th Sep 2021

Capitals Coalition - Re-defining value in decision-making

Find out more about the Capitals Coalition, their relationship to the Scottish Forum, and some of their current work focus.
6th Sep 2021

The NATURE tool - Implementing net gains for the environment at project scale

Following recent calls for a green recovery within Scotland and the UK, WSP, Ecosystems Knowledge Network (EKN) and Northumbria University, have collaborated to create an innovative new tool to support delivery of environmental net gain at scale.
3rd Sep 2021

Scotgov consultation: National Strategy for Economic Transformation

The Scottish Forum recently submitted a letter outlining our priorities for the National Strategy for Economic Transformation.  
3rd Sep 2021

Funding Nature-based Solutions

Rebekah Strong explains the importance of increased investment in nature-based solutions, and considers some ways we can make this happen.
2nd Sep 2021

GUEST BLOG - Applying the Natural Capital Protocol to woodland creation

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.
26th May 2021

A Timeline for our Future - opportunities for Scotland's land-based natural capital

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?”
26th May 2021
David Watt - photograph

View from the Chair – David Watt, Scottish Forum Chair

Scottish Forum Chair, David Watt, gives a view of his time in post, and reflects on some future opportunities. 
25th May 2021
Extent of flooding March 2017

GUEST BLOG - Integrating natural capital into flood risk management appraisal

The Tweed Forum's Eddleston Water Project has utlised a Natural Flood Management (NFM) approach to sustainable flood risk management, and in so doing, unlocked a wide range of benefits.
26th Feb 2021

Marine Conservation Finance - options for future investment

The Scottish Forum was delighted to recently host the first webinar for our new Conservation Finance Pioneers' Working Group, exploring different options for marine conservation finance.
25th Feb 2021
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