The Scottish Wildlife Trust have collated a number of examples, case studies and useful resources for urban nature-based solutions, demonstrating the challenges we face that can be helped by nature-based solutions in our towns and cities. This website page shares great examples of urban nature-based solutions in action.
This article in the Conversation (January 9, 2023) explores the virtues of this stinging plant. Check out the nettle’s wildlife friendly role, and how it can support human and animal health and textile technology.
The Connecting Nature Enterprise Forum shares this very interesting webinar recording which explores developing technology for assessing and promoting exposure to nature for health and wellbeing. This includes innovative approaches like NatureScore for mapping areas for nature and health outcomes, and nature deprived communities in the USA. Also in development [...]
The Scottish Youth Film Foundation in partnership with WWF Scotland and the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive want to see your films about our future. Climate change is happening but what will happen next? Make a film of five minutes or under and submit it to us via [...]
Concrete fuels climate change, however, this article in The Conversation (March 22, 2022) provides exciting new developments in the production of low carbon concrete which can work with nature and our seas.