Last year’s conference attracted over 200 delegates from across Scotland’s public sector plus a range of partners and stakeholders from business, industry and community groups. We are expecting to attract up to 300 delegates this year.
At Adaptation Scotland, we provide advice and support to help Scotland be prepared and resilient to the effects of climate change.
We help public sector, businesses and communities to understand what climate change will mean across Scotland, and identify the best way for them to plan for the impact – taking the opportunities and preparing for the risks.
We are an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. Through our work we make a positive difference in the world.
This research aims to inspire a debate on how accounting for carbon emissions can be reported in a way that engages a broader audience. In particular, this report looks at Glasgow City Council, which has a commitment to reduce its carbon emissions and has an existing framework for reporting on its progress against that commitment.
Cycling Scotland is the national cycle training, promotion, events and engineering organisation for Scotland. We’re working to establish cycling as an acceptable, attractive and practical lifestyle option
Historic Environment Scotland is the lead public body set up to care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment. We’re at the forefront of researching and understanding the historic environment, and addressing the impact of climate change on its future. We’re the largest operator of visitor attractions in Scotland with 77 staffed properties covering 5000 years of Scottish history.
We are the charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for.
Love to Ride are a passionate, creative team of behaviour change, technology and project delivery specialists - who believe the world is better when more people ride bikes. They are working across Scotland with national forums, Regional Transport Partnerships, Local Authorities, the private sector and community + advocacy groups to grow and monitor cycling.
Scotland’s Soils is a website that provides data and information about Scotland’s Soils. A range of maps and data, along with other useful resources are available. Find out about what soils do for us, how well they do and what happen when they are damaged. Scotland’s Soils is managed by Scottish Environment Protection Agency, in partnership with The James Hutton Institute, Scottish Natural Heritage, Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Government, and is part of Scotland’s Environment Web
Sustrans Scotland works closely with communities, the Scottish Government, local authorities and other partners to ensure that the people of Scotland have access to a network of safe walking and cycling routes, making Scotland a healthy, happy place to live, work and play, and a sustainable and beautiful tourist destination.