This is a place where we’ll share updates on the work of the NBN Secretariat as well as stories from our members and data partners across the Network.  We will also be blogging about the NBN Atlas to keep you up to date with all the exciting developments on the project.

If you would like to submit a blog post please contact Mandy Henshall for more information.

Trailblazing in Scotland!

To find out what the Geospatial Commission thinks about SBIF (spoiler alert, “Trailblazing in Scotland”!) have a read of their blog about their recently published…

SBIF Gets A Mention

In the last couple of months, SBIF has been referenced in a major publication on the development of a single Scottish Biodiversity Indicator Development of…

SBIF Review update

The Covid-19 crisis has had an enormous impact on the world.  It has exposed our vulnerabilities and how deeply connected (or disconnected) we are with nature.  It has highlighted just how…

A time to celebrate!

Blog written by Rachel Tierney, SBIF Development Officer. Following Scotland’s call for a sustainable biodiversity data network, great energy went into working with stakeholders across…

My First Biological Record

Blog written by Jonathan Willet, BRISC Committee member. It might surprise you to know that Lourdes has played a part in the creation of SBIF.…

Why do Councils need access to biological data?

Blog written by Guy Harewood, Sustainable Development Officer at Stirling Council. First up, the formal introduction with the usual quotes from legislation and Government guidance…

SBIF Review shortlisted for CIEEM Awards

Blog written by Rachel Tierney, SBIF Development Officer. SBIF Review shortlisted for CIEEM Awards We are delighted to announce that the SBIF Review has been…

National data for a National Park

Blog written by Andy Ford, Head of Conservation, Cairngorms National Park. Before I get stuck into what the SBIF Review might mean for the Cairngorms…

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