A number of publications are produced relating to our climate change work. The most recent online publications can be found by clicking on the links below.
Stop Climate Chaos poster
A blank poster to download, print out and advertise your own Stop Climate Chaos event.
Date: 3 December 2008
RSPB Scotland's response to Forestry Commission Scotland's draft climate change action plan
This action plan must help Scotland's wildlife to adapt to climate change. Any new forestry planting has to done in a way that enhances, not damages priority species, such as black grouse and capercaillie, and habitats e.g. peat bogs and native woods.
Date: 4 June 2008
RSPB Scotland parliamentary briefing on climate change
RSPB Scotland believes action is needed now to tackle climate change in a way which respects the environment.
Date: 30 May 2008
RSPB Advocacy 2008
This review of RSPB policy and advocacy highlights the key areas where the RSPB has sought to make a difference in 2007 and identifies the major challenges wildlife faces within the UK, Europe and further afield for 2008
Date: 24 April 2008
RSPB Scotland response to the Scottish Climate Change Bill
Our response to the Scottish Government Consultation on Proposals for a Scottish Climate Change Bill.
A Cool Approach To Biofuels (2008)
The RSPB fully recognises the urgent need to tackle climate change, but we need solutions that work. The RSPB is advocating a cool, measured approach to biofuels.
Date: 11 April 2008
RSPB parliamentary briefing for the Scottish Government debate on energy
A parliamentary briefing for the Scottish Government debate on energy
Date: 24 January 2008
Birds on the move
A summary booklet introducing the climatic atlas of European breeding birds
Date: 3 January 2008
RSPB Cymru Advocacy 2007-2008
This review of RSPB policy and advocacy highlights the key areas where the RSPB has sought to make a difference and identifies the major challenges wildlife faces within Wales
Date: 30 November 2007
80% challenge - delivering a low-carbon UK
A report investigating whether a target of 80% can be achieved in the UK by domestic efforts alone and what the costs of doing so would be.
Date: 5 November 2007
80% challenge - delivering a low-carbon UK summary
Climate change - wildlife and adaptation
20 tough questions, 20 rough answers
Date: 17 September 2007
A Greener Scotland
This briefing outlines what RSPB Scotland would like to see in a Greener Scotland.
Date: 18 June 2007
RSPB Scotland Advocacy 2007
This review of RSPB Scotland's policy and advocacy highlights the key areas where we have sought to make a difference in 2006-07, and identifies the major challenges ahead for the new Scottish Parliament
Date: 12 June 2007
RSPB Advocacy 2007
This review of RSPB policy and advocacy highlights the key areas where the RSPB has sought to make a difference in 2006 and identifies the major challenges wildlife faces within the UK, Europe and further afield.
Date: 9 May 2007
Playing our part
Policy and advocacy priorities for RSPB Northern Ireland.
Date: 1 May 2007
How much to cut emissions?
Date: 28 March 2007
Flooding in Scotland - How to achieve sustainable flood management
Flooding is a big issue in Scotland and likely to get worse as a result of climate change. Many homes and businesses are at risk from coastal and inland flooding and this risk could double in future if we do not respond appropriately.
Date: 12 March 2007
RSPB Objection to Lewis Wind Power revised application for 181 turbines on the Lewis Peatlands Special Protection Area (SPA)
RSPB Scotland has lodged an objection to a revised application to build 181 wind turbines, by Lewis Wind Power (LWP), on the Lewis Peatlands SPA. This briefing seeks to outline the nature of and reasons for our objection.
Date: 5 March 2007