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2024 Highland Community Planning Partnership Conference

2024 Highland Community Planning Partnership Conference

On April 19th, we attended the Highland Community Planning Partnership Conference in Strathpeffer. The Highland Community Planning Partnership is a critically important mechanism for the transformational action needed to ensure a prosperous, equitable, climate-ready...

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42 Climate Book Recommendations

42 Climate Book Recommendations

In collaboration with High Life Highland Libraries and the High Life Highland Countryside Ranger Service, we gathered your recommendations for climate and nature books. We separated the list of 42 books into five categories: climate science, behaviour change, personal...

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It Takes a Village | How Highland Adapts Operates

It Takes a Village | How Highland Adapts Operates

It takes a village! Or, in the case of Highland Adapts, it takes a network of thematic teams. Let's break them down: 1️⃣ The Highland Adapts Core Group is the centre of the partnership and all information flows through this group. The Core Group connects all of the...

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Reflections and Plans for the New Year

Reflections and Plans for the New Year

2023 was a year of great progress and change for Highland Adapts. In 2023, we focused on developing a strong knowledge and evidence base, facilitating information sharing, and supporting communities, businesses, and the public sector to embed climate change adaptation...

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2023 Cairngorms Business Partnership Annual Conference

2023 Cairngorms Business Partnership Annual Conference

On Monday, Harper headed south to Aviemore for the Cairngorms Business Partnership Annual Conference. She spoke to a variety of Cairngorms-based businesses to learn about their weather and climate impacts. In his remarks, Cairngorms National Park Authority CEO Grant...

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