Crown Estate Scotland
Crown Estate Scotland began fully operating on 1 April 2017. The business is tasked with managing assets on behalf of Scottish Ministers, including agricultural and forestry land, most of the seabed, around half of the foreshore and some commercial property. The business ensures that the assets are enjoyed and developed
sustainably to deliver benefits to communities and the nation, with revenue profit going to Scottish Government.
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Keep Scotland Beautiful is the independent charity which takes action, campaigns and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues affecting people’s quality of life. It is committed to making Scotland clean and green, today and tomorrow.
Our vision is – a clean, green, sustainable Scotland where people are engaged positively and empowered to take action on local, national and global sustainability issues in order to achieve positive change in behaviour and improve quality of life.
Paths for All
Paths for All is a registered Scottish charity committed to promoting and supporting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks.
Our vision is for a happier, healthier, greener and more active Scotland.
Founded in 1996, Paths for All is a partnership organisation representing over 20 national organisations from the public and third sectors.
Revive: The coalition for grouse moor reform
Revive is a coalition of like-minded organisations working for significant reform of Scotland’s grouse moors. Specific ownership of grouse moors is often difficult to identify as there is there is no meaningful data on what land is used for in Scotland but it is estimated that between 1 and 1.5 million hectares (12 – 18% of Scotland) are managed by a small number of landowners to ensure the shooting of a maximum number of red grouse for entertainment. The management of this land leads to a multitude of problems and the Revive coalition is pursuing a reform agenda to transition away from the single use of driven grouse shooting for the benefit of our communities, our environment and our wildlife.
The Revive coalition is currently made up by its founding members: Common Weal, Friends of the Earth Scotland, League Against Cruel Sports Scotland, OneKind and Raptor Persecution UK.
As part of the Iberdrola group, a world leader in renewable energy, ScottishPower places environmental issues at the heart of its business planning. Recognising the key role that the energy industry has in the fight against climate change, ScottishPower focusses on innovation and eco-efficiency to reduce the environmental impact of its activities.
University of Edinburgh, Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability
The Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability works to enable the University to understand, explain and deliver on its ambition to be a leading socially responsible and sustainable university.
The University of Edinburgh is committed to being a world leader in addressing global challenges including poverty, climate change and the growing demand for energy, food and water. The Department was created in 2014 to understand how the University can work to respond to these challenges.
We aim to do this by:
• Supporting a culture of change
• Pursuing excellence and innovation
• Working collaboratively as part of the local and global community
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