The Scottish Land Commission has today issued a new protocol on responsible natural capital and carbon management.
Land experts call for examples of good natural capital practice with community benefit
We have published recommendations to Scottish Ministers to help Scotland realise the opportunity of new value in the nation’s land and natural capital in a fair way.
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, looks at the future trends for agricultural tenancies in Scotland.
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, looks at net zero housing targets and the impact that these could have on tenancies.
In our latest blog, Good Practice Adviser Karen Grant reflects on the importance of genuine engagement with stakeholders and communities in decisions that affect our natural capital.
The fourth and final session in our 'Natural Capital and Land' series will look at our new Land Rights and Responsibilities Protocol, which addresses responsible practice in natural capital and carbon sequestration.
Virtual Public Meeting for residents of the Scottish Borders to learn more about our work, what land reform is, and how it can contribute to a successful Scotland.