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.

229 page PDF

22.4 MB

229 page PDF

22.4 MB

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

229 page PDF

22.4 MB

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