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Scottish Government publishes Statement of Intent on biodiversity

14 December saw the publication of the Scottish Government’s Scottish Biodiversity Strategy post-2020: statement of intent. This document signals the Government’s ambitions for Scotland, in tackling the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss and sets out how those ambitions will be translated into Scotland’s post-2020 biodiversity strategy and delivery plan.

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CSGN Update - Increasing Woodland Cover

Increasing woodland cover – carbon capture and so much more.

What better time to review the scale of delivery to date and to highlight the ways in which the Green Action Trust is driving forward the delivery of the CSGN both through direct delivery and by supporting partner organisations.

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Event: Landscape and Place for Success - A Call to Action

Landscape and Place for Success - A Call to Action

Scotland’s Landscape Alliance Online Event
Tuesday, 20th October 2020: 10.30am – 12.00pm

This online event will launch Scotland’s Landscape Alliance’s Landscape and Place for Success and the 3 detailed position statements that inform the recommendations to:

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Designing for a Changing Climate: New publication looks at how places can support decarbonisation

Scotland’s design agency, Architecture and Design Scotland, has published a report setting out how places across Scotland can tackle climate change, whilst improving the quality of life for the people living there.

The report which collates learning from a one-year pilot study, supported by the Scottish Government’s Climate Change Division, looks at changes that can be made to tackle climate change. The examples come from different scales – from an urban neighbourhood through to a rural community.

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Re-use derelict land to support economic growth and wellbeing, says Taskforce

Derelict land is a wasted resource that should help to deliver national ambitions for a fair and green recovery, a national taskforce said today.

The Vacant and Derelict Land Taskforce has made a series of recommendations to Scottish Government which aim to transform Scotland’s approach to tackling the legacy of derelict land and ensure that it is no longer acceptable to allow land to fall into long term disrepair.

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Beat the Street Forth and Clyde sets off on the right foot!

The Beat the Street Forth and Clyde physical activity game is off to a great start this week with 1,062 players signed up and a total of 1,600 miles travelled.,

The Beat the Street game was officially launched at Falkirk Wheel on Friday with Michael Matheson MSP for Falkirk West, with organisers and representatives from the game’s organisers and funders; Central Canals Development Project, the Kelvin Valley and Falkirk LEADER Programme and Paths for All's Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Open Fund.

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