We are pleased to announce that the Scottish Biodiversity Information Forum (SBIF) Review has been shortlisted in the Nature of Scotland Awards 2018.
The Nature of Scotland Awards are all about celebrating the success of those who work hard to protect and enrich Scotland’s natural environment. The awards have made it possible to spread the word about the many great people and initiatives across the country, with some truly inspirational stories to shout about. In a year with record numbers of nominations, the inspirational people, projects and organisations going on to the next stage of the awards programme were announced at a reception held at the Scottish Parliament in September.
The Awards’ shortlist represents a cross-section of businesses, charities, the public sector and individuals working towards conserving the country’s unique wildlife and natural environment.
The SBIF Review is in the Innovation category, with the nominees being:
- Allan Water Improvement Project
- CLIMAVORE: On Tidal Zones
- The Peatland Code – an innovative funding mechanism for peatland restoration
- The SBIF Review: Re-imagining the Biological Recording Infrastructure in Scotland
The winners will be announced at a prestigious presentation dinner on 22 November, which will be hosted by TV presenter, writer and naturalist Kate Humble and BBC Scotland TV and radio presenter and wildlife expert Euan McIlwraith.
For more information on the Awards please visit the Nature of Scotland Awards website.