A NEW VISION FOR LAND USE IN SCOTLAND: 6 Conversations, Full Series
Ticket options available here. A series of evenings discussing future land use in Scotland, presented by SEDA on conjunction with The James Hutton Institute. Over the course of six weeks, nearly
Ticket options available here.
A series of evenings discussing future land use in Scotland, presented by SEDA on conjunction with The James Hutton Institute.
Over the course of six weeks, nearly 50 of the best-informed speakers on all aspects of rural land use will engage in six “conversations” — each focused on a different aspect of how land is used and how it could be better used, in Scotland. The speakers will include LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) CEO Caroline Drummond, social entrepreneur and former Greenpeace scientific director Jeremy Leggett, Glasgow University economist Prof Ronald MacDonald, NatureScot CEO Francesca Osowska, Director Crown Estate Scotland & Corrour Estate Hugh Raven, representing sectors from farming, forestry, renewable energy, to tourism and landowners.
Joining the speakers will be a selection carefully curated contributions from Scotland-based poets and musicians, intended to stimulate fresh ways of thinking. Musicians and artists who will participate include Hamish Napier, Pau de Planet, Su-a Lee, Chris Powici, Kirsty Law and The Poozies.
The individual Conversation are as follows:
Monday 01 March: The Lay of the Land
Monday 08 March: Soil and Growth
Monday 15 March: Ecosystems and Energy
Monday 22 March: Natural Benefits
Monday 29 March: New Rural Economy
Monday 12 April: A Story for the Future
Click the link above to select your Conversations option. All Conversations run from 4pm – 6pm.
(Monday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm