Video recording of discussion seminar held on 8th September 2021.
If you have half a hectare and want to plant at least 500 trees, the Woodland Trust’s scheme can help you.
This new short animation explores the extraordinary story of peat and carbon, by IUCN UK Peatland Programme.
Jonathon Porritt explains how securing a stable climate for the future of humankind depends as much on recarbonising natural systems, as it does on decarbonising our industrial economy.
The world is being put at “extreme risk” by the failure of economics to take account of the rapid depletion of the natural world and needs to find new measures of success to avoid a catastrophic breakdown, a landmark review has concluded.
The pledge will be a key discussion theme at a biodiversity summit later this year, but there is scepticism about whether countries will actually deliver on it, given the world’s failure to meet a single one of the 20 Aichi biodiversity targets agreed in Japan in 2010.
With funding from NatureScot’s Peatland Action programme John Muir Trust is restoring 36.5 hectares of peat bog on its Strathaird estate.
Soil Association Scotland’s new agroforestry programme showcases how trees can benefit agricultural production using examples from crofts on Skye and Lismore.
The statement of intent sets out the direction for a new biodiversity strategy, post 2020. Meanwhile Scotland’s existing biodiversity strategy will remain in force.
Make My Money Matter have obtained a Christmas message from Guy Byrne-Woods, the CEO of Forestry Felling Syndicate! ““On behalf of the global logging industry, I want to reach out to say a HUGE thank you, for all your support this year. People like YOU have collectively invested hundreds of millions of pounds with us…[in]..YOUR pension funds and savings”