Community Land Scotland were asked to write a blog for the Scottish Land Commission on their research into transparency and legal options to development land ‘Transparency of Options Agreements’ (Diffley Partnership 2023). Our blog is reproduced below, or you can read
Presented at “(Un)earthing new pathways for a justice transition: cultivating hope and food on contested terrains in Scotland, Amazon and the Arctic” Workshop, University of Strathclyde, in early 2022.
This talk was given as part of the knowledge exchange project “(Un)earthing new pathways for a justice transition: cultivating hope and food on contested terrains in Scotland, Amazon and the Arctic”
Scottish land markets are changing quickly due in part to global demand for low and zero carbon investments. Green Lairds are buying up large landholdings for “rewilding” and other carbon offset projects.
Hub Development Officer, Heather, shares her experience of a trip to Royston to visit the Rebel Bear Mural.
Hub Manager Carey Doyle chaired a panel discussion on Community Ownership and Towns with Community Land Scotland, Greener Kirkcaldy, Power to Change, The Stove Network.