A core part of the project was involving local people in exploring this theme and learning new skills.
We are making a real difference to our environment, to the business community and to people’s lives – not just in our communities, but across the world.” Professor Donna Heddle, UHI acting vice-principal (research)
The online survey is for islanders , public bodies, businesses and the voluntary sector in the three island authorities: Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles until 6 June 2022.
A five-year, £3.7m research project involving scientists from across the UK and partners across Europe will assess the risk that climate change poses to our peatlands and create the capability to better manage these important ecosystems.
Video recordings of this conference are now available
The Edge refers to a two-day online conference this December which will mark the culmination of almost two years of seminars, blogs and other activities
The University of the Highlands and Islands has launched a new project to develop an online resource for wild swimmers.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has teamed up with Book Week Scotland to create a collection of texts inspired by his work, displayed digitally as a scarf.
“Consultation is an important part of the process, so I would encourage anyone with an interest in the plan to share their views.” Professor Todd Walker
A fully funded 4 year PhD student placement is on offer to interested candidates to get in on groundbreaking work to look at how island communities are affected by national policies.