This week we are pleased to welcome a guest post from our Digital Documentation Intern, Sofia, who has shared an insight into recent work she has been part of at Skara Brae. This work has seen Sofia, and her colleagues, carrying out essential coastal erosion monitoring work at the site, which is vulnerable to the […]
With the approaching publication of our next Historic Environment Scotland Short Guide, Adapting Traditional Buildings for Climate Change, we thought we would pre-empt its release and re-introduce ourselves to what we can do to help conserve and protect our built heritage.
Scotland’s Built Heritage
Scotland has a remarkably rich and diverse built heritage, in […]
WWF Scotland’s Earth Hour has now become a firm fixture in the calendar for March devoted to raising awareness of the threat of climate change.
The annual switch off sees a host of the world’s most beloved and well-known landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House and the Houses of Parliament […]
In Scotland we are very fortunate to have such a rich and diverse built heritage. In fact, there are around 47,000 listed structures spread throughout the country, ranging from medieval castles to modernist 1980’s buildings.
Listing a building is a way of recognising it has some form of architectural or historical interest that is of […]
Sixth time is a charm they say – especially in the context of Oscar nominations and Leonardo Dicaprio, who after years of waiting finally walked away with a coveted golden statue for his performance in The Revenant.
Here on the Climate Change blog, we don’t tend to venture into the world of entertainment, and I […]
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