Research to identify leading international practice in relation to policies and programmes aimed at enabling the uptake of ULEVs in key segments of the economy.
A study of how different jurisdictions have developed and monitored their strategic plans for achieving greenhouse gas emissions reductions.
Drawing on Scottish case study evidence, this report presents recommendations for how guidance can be changed to facilitate more adaptive approaches in flood risk management planning.
A rapid increase in the number of electric vehicles on our road is one part of Scotland’s plan to cut emissions from the sector. This report makes recommendations to address the identified barriers to ULEV uptake.
Identifying trends for snow cover days in the Cairngorms National Park based historic temperature and precipitation data, observed snow cover days and climate projections.
This review estimates the periods when peatland restoration may – or may not – be possible due to snow cover or other accessibility issues.
A review of approaches to identify critical factors in creating a culture for collaboration.
A comparative analysis of existing input-output models for the accounting of nitrogen in the atmosphere.
This review provides a deeper understanding of the readiness of certain GGR approaches, and their potential applicability and implementation pathways in Scotland.
A possible method for estimating floodplain loss and corresponding flood risk impacts.
Identifying and evaluating different approaches to grouping or segmenting the public according to their attitudes and behaviours related to climate change.
Different animals emit different levels of greenhouse gases. This report pulls together the current evidence for different types, size and breeds of cattle in Scotland.