Publication - Strategy/plan

Climate Ready Scotland: climate change adaptation programme 2019-2024

Published: 23 Sep 2019
Directorate:
Energy and Climate Change Directorate
Part of:
Environment and climate change
ISBN:
9781839601217

A five year programme to prepare Scotland for the challenges we will face as our climate continues to change.

Climate Ready Scotland: climate change adaptation programme 2019-2024
List of Images

List of Images

Part 1
Hopes Reservoir
#ShowYour Stripes – Temperature change in Scotland from 1884-2018 (Ed Hawkins)
Scotland’s Changing Climate Visuals (Met Office)

Part 2
Rum National Nature Reserve (© John MacPherson, SNH)
The Adaptation Programme’s relationship to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Scotland’s National Performance Framework
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework Summary

Part 3
Ariundle Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)

Outcome 1
Image 1.1. Edinburgh Castle
Image 1.2. Rum National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 1.3. River Forth, Stirling (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 1.4. Visualisation of the Place Standard Tool (© Linda Hunter)
Image 1.5. Scottish Fire and Rescue Service provide assistance during flood event (© SFRS)
Image 1.6. St Kilda National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 1.7. Canal and North Gateway Visualisation (© Green Infrastructure Scotland)
Image 1.8. Threave Castle (© Historic Environment Scotland)

Outcome 2
Image 2.1. Blawhorn Moss National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 2.2. Moine Mhor National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 2.3. Place Standard Tool Visualisation
Image 2.4. Multi-functional greenspace at Eastwood Health and Community Care Centre (© Anne Lumb, Green Exercise Partnership)
Image 2.5. Sustrans Route 75, Oban to Fort William (© Lorne Gill, SNH)

Outcome 3
Image 3.1. Ariundle Oakwood National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 3.2. The Effects of Climate Change on Business and Industry (The CCC)
Image 3.3. River Derry (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 3.4. Spring Barley (ScotGov Flickr)
Image 3.5. Invereshie and Inshriach National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 3.6. Zepto in Action (© Oxido)

Outcome 4
Image 4.1. Hopes Reservoir
Image 4.2. Reserved, partially devolved and devolved infrastructure sectors in Scotland
Image 4.3. Risk of cascading infrastructure failures (© The CCC)
Image 4.4. Transmission tower
Image 4.5. River Spey
Image 4.6. Queensferry Crossing
Image 4.7. ScotRail train at Tweedbank station
Image 4.8. Wildfire near Aberlour, Moray (© Scottish Fire and Rescue Service)

Outcome 5
Image 5.1. Forsinard Flows National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 5.2. Types of Ecosystem Services (© WWF)
Image 5.3. Peatland restoration, Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 5.4. Glasdrum National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 5.5. Creag Meagidh National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 5.6. Noss National Nature Reserve(© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 5.7. Mar Lodge Estate National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)

Outcome 6
Image 6.1. Bass Rock (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 6.2. Isle of May National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 6.3. Bottlenose Dolphins, Moray Firth (© Lorne Gill, SNH)
Image 6.4. Isle of May National Nature Reserve (© Lorne Gill, SNH)

Outcome 7
Image 7.1. Self-sufficient schools feeding programme: Livingstonia, Malawi
Image 7.2. The Global Challenges of Climate Change (The CCC)
Image 7.3. #ShowYourStripes – Temperature change globally from 1850-2018 (Ed Hawkins)
Image 7.4. #ShowYourStripes – Temperature change in Malawi from 1901-2018 (Ed Hawkins)
Image 7.5. Self-sufficient schools feeding programme: Livingstonia, Malawi


Contact

Email: roddy.maclean@gov.scot