An international survey has been launched to gauge the impact the pandemic Covid-19 has had on women in the food and agriculture sector.
The survey is being sent to 20,000 island residents, including Na h-Eileanan Siar, Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands and islands situated within the local authorities of Argyll and Bute, Highland and North Ayrshire.
The survey is open to all young people aged between 16-24 years, whether they are still in education, in an apprenticeship, working or currently unemployed.
It has seen a reduction in the average number of butterflies logged per count of -34% in comparison with 2019 .
The organisers of Doors Open, the annual event where public and private buildings allow access, have a short survey for the public to complete.
Owners of UK registered fishing vessels are being urged to complete a survey by public body Seafish.
Researchers at Robert Gordon’s University are keen to find out the views of Orcadians on having an Anaerobic Digester plant in the islands.
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A survey on the effectiveness of the OPIS (Outcome Prediction in Subfertility) calculator has been added to the OPIS website
To support the sector to meet the costs of reopening, the National Development Body for museums and galleries in Scotland, Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS), has launched a new COVID-19 Adaptation Fund.