CIEEM 2020 Scottish Conference Presentations

Land Use in Scotland: Changes, Challenges and Solution, 27th October 2020.


Keynote: Delivering Landscape-scale Afforestation in the UK’s Largest National Park

Dr David Hetherington, Cairngorms National Park Authority


Addressing Upland Agricultural and Environmental Challenges

Professor Davy McCracken, Scotland’s Rural College


Permanent Preservation for the Benefit of the Nation: Changing Patterns of Land Use Management in the National Trust for Scotland     

Diarmid Hearns, The National Trust for Scotland


Windfarms: Everything but Turbines

Peter Robson CEnv MCIEEM, ScottishPower Renewables


Cairngorms Connect: The Biggest Habitat Restoration Project in Britain

Jeremy Roberts, Cairngorms Connect


Targeting and Delivering Nature Based Initiatives in the Tweed Catchment

Professor Chris Spray MCIEEM, University of Dundee and Tweed Forum, and Dr Derek Robeson CEnv MCIEEM, Tweed Forum


Regional Strategic Woodland Creation Project: Exploring Opportunities for Creating New Woodland in the Landscape

Dr Andy Tharme MCIEEM, Scottish Borders Council and Louise Payne, Scottish Forestry


Avoiding Biodiversity Losses on Linear Electricity Routes

Dr Francis Williams MCIEEM, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission


The Leven Programme and New Rail Link: Partnership Working for Multiple Benefits    

Dr Joanna Girvan, Forth Rivers Trust


A9 Dualling (Northern Section): Realising the Benefits of Environmentally Led Design

Sarah Kydd CEcol MCIEEM and Stephen Bacon, Atkins


Informing Recommendations for the Establishment of Regional Land Use Partnerships

Dr Nicole Ponta, ETH Zurich (Switzerland) and Harriet Donald, Scottish Land Commission


Engagement and Empowerment for Successful Solutions in Land Management version

Lisa Chilton, Dialogue Matters


Langholm Community Buyout

Kevin Cumming, The Langholm Initiative


Summary and Close by Professor Roger Crofts FCIEEM