Our new monthly update provides a summary of recent key developments in research and policy relating to energy and climate change.
It is intended to keep Scottish policy makers informed of the latest reports relevant to the Scottish Government’s Energy and Climate Change policy portfolio. Read the update ______________________________________
Adaptation indicators presentation to statistics committee
ClimateXChange's Anna Moss has been asked to present to the Natural Environment Statistics Advisory Committee, showing increasing interest in our work in this area.
The Committee liaises between users and providers of statistics on the natural environment in Scotland, identifies the key strategic statistical information required by all interested parties, and develops and implements a strategy for prioritising and meeting these needs.
Updated report on Notifiable Features Our project on how to develop an assessment of the risks posed to Notifiable Features by a changing climate has been updated. This joint work by CXC and Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) also looks at potential adaptive management approaches for the most highly ranked features.
Both reports are available on our website. Read more _______________________________________________
The Changing Power Market
The seventh Power Scotland Conference will be held on 25 March 2015 at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in Glasgow. More info
EIE15 - Engage, Invest, Exploit A call for applications to exhibit at Scotland's number one technology investor showcase is now open. The Event will take place on 14 May 2015 More info
European Climate Change Adaptation 2015 The second ECCA conference will take place in Copenhagen 12-14 May 2015 More info
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A consultation on the content, new policies and proposed actions in the draft Low Emission Strategy for Scotland is open until 10 April 2015. Read more
A consultation on the ISLES Spatial Plan 2015 and Sustainability Appraisal is open until 13 April 2015 Read more
The approach known as a ‘citizens’ jury’ lets a diverse group of people discuss an issue with the help of experts presenting a range of evidence and arguments in a calm atmosphere, and with time to reflect on the issues raised.
On 20 May we will gather the team that took part in our citizens' jury project on on-shore wind farms to publish the project report. The event will have a limited number of free spaces. If you would you like to come to the event please contact Lee Callaghan Read more about the project
The Committee on Climate Change is looking for an Analyst (SEO) for their Adaptation Team.
The post holder will lead delivery of an independent assessment of the Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme (SCCAP).