The Power of Scotland Secured
RSPB Scotland in conjunction with Friends of the Earth Scotland and WWF Scotland have produced a report showing that it is possible to have a clean, green energy supply in Scotland. The analysis shows that Scotland could phase out all fossil fuel and nuclear power by 2030, maintain a secure electricity supply and generate significant revenue from renewable exports.
Date: 22 February 2011
Anticipated indirect land use change associated with expanded use of biofuels and bioliquids in the EU - an analysis of the National Renewable Energy Action Plans.
Date: 8 November 2010
The local value of seabirds
Estimating spending by visitors to RSPB coastal reserves and associated local economic impact attributable to seabirds.
Date: 18 October 2010
Financing nature in the age of austerity
This report assesses the ways that governments across the UK can act to provide finance for nature conservation, without relying on spending public funds. Conservation credits, environmental taxes, Payments for Ecosystem Service schemes, and the role of the non-government sectors are all examined, to evaluate the potential in the UK for alternative funding for nature.
Date: 12 October 2010
Birdcrime 2009 report
Date: 16 September 2010
RSPB reserves 2010
A review of our work on our nature reserves during 2009.
Date: 9 September 2010
Every Child Outdoors
We believe that every child should be entitled to regular contact with the natural environment. Our Every Child Outdoors research – summarised in this document – draws together the findings from the wide range of research that has been carried out into the positive impacts that contact with nature has on children, as well as on the environment.
Date: 7 September 2010