An open invitation to take part in new research: ‘Lessons Learned from Land’ The Marine Natural Capital Forum Scotland (MNCFS) are seeking individuals who are willing to share their knowledge…
The Marine Natural Capital Forum Scotland (MNCFS)
The Marine Natural Capital Forum Scotland (MNCFS) brings together a range of technical and policy experts to share knowledge and expertise on marine systems, conservation and management to enhance the collective understanding, development and application of marine natural capital in Scotland.
Crown Estate Scotland
Head of Marine Analytical Unit and Senior Economist, Marine Scotland
Head of Policy, Crown Estate Scotland
Head of Conservation Scotland, Marine Conservation Society
Head of Sustainable Coasts and Seas, NatureScot
Marine Sustainability Manager – Planning and Policy, NatureScot
Co-Director Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre, SRUC
Policy Manager, Blue Economy and Aquaculture Policy Units, Marine Scotland
Marine Biodiversity Ecologist, SEPA
Programme Manager – Marine Natural Capital and Ecosystem Assessment, JNCC
Living Seas Manager, Scottish Wildlife Trust
Project Development Officer – Scottish Forum on Natural Capital
|Lucian Fernandez Slade
Marine Natural Capital Project Placement, NatureScot
Head of Practice for Natural Capital, Howell Marine Consulting
Senior Specialist Scientist, SEPA
Deputy Head of Science at Marine Scotland Science
Head of Offshore Energy Environmental Advice, Marine Scotland
Principal Consultant, Howell Marine Consulting
Marine Planning and Policy Officer, NatureScot
Dean for Environmental Sustainability, University of Aberdeen
Leader, Marine Natural Capital, JNCC
• To create a network of marine experts to advance marine natural capital and ecosystem service thinking, research and practical implementation in Scotland.
• To provide a platform for experts in technical advancement (particularly researchers in academic institutes) and policy development (e.g. Marine Scotland) to communicate and collaborate.
• To encourage representatives from projects/programmes with an interest in marine natural capital to share knowledge and best practice, encourage collaboration and identify knowledge gaps.
The group meets quarterly to share updates and guide activities towards objectives.
Join the Network
Sign up for Scottish Forum membership (it’s free) if you’d like to join the Marine Natural Capital Network on Basecamp, a platform for technical and policy experts to share knowledge of and expertise on marine systems, conservation and management.
A workshop exploring natural capital approaches to help marine industries deliver Scotland’s Blue Economy Vision 27th February 2023, 11am-4pm, in-person only at University of St Andrews, Fife Join our hosts,…