Nature of Scotland Awards
The Nature of Scotland Awards recognise the very best in Scottish nature conservation.
Celebrating the inspirational people, projects, businesses and partnerships working hard to protect Scotland’s precious natural heritage, entries are now closed for the 2022 Nature of Scotland Awards, co-sponsored by NatureScot. Judging is underway and we are looking forward to announcing the awards shortlist at an evening Parliamentary Reception on Tuesday 6 September.
The Nature of Scotland Awards 2022
Brought to you by RSPB Scotland and co-sponsored by NatureScot, learn more about this year’s ten award categories including the Nature and Climate Action Award and Forest and Woodland Award.
New for 2022 the Citizen Science Award celebrates volunteers and their contribution to conservation science in Scotland. These projects are crucial to building our understanding of the natural world.
With the difficult process of judging underway, we look forward to announcing this year’s shortlist on the 6 September. Scotland’s conservation heroes will then be celebrated on 17 November at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. The prestigious Awards Ceremony will be hosted by tv wildlife presenter Iolo Williams and radio and tv presenter Arlene Stuart.
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NatureScot is Scotland’s nature agency with 30 years’ experience advising the Scottish Government. They work to enhance our natural environment and inspire the people of Scotland to care more about it.
They will be indispensable to Scotland’s ‘green recovery’ from Covid-19, stimulating a revival that secures resilience through a nature-rich future for Scotland and an effective response to the climate emergency. This means that by 2030, Scotland will be recognised as a world leader in looking after and enhancing nature.
About the Nature of Scotland Awards
We celebrate inspiring individuals, groups, projects and organisations helping to conserve nature in Scotland.
Learn more about the Nature of Scotland Awards judging panel chaired by the Director, RSPB Scotland, Anne McCall.