We are about to embark on the decision making process for our next themed call around the broad topic of interdependence and cooperation. Applications close on 23rd November and following our Programme Committee meeting in December the projects selected will run for the first nine months or so of 2019. With this in mind, it seems an appropriate time to reflect on the projects that were part of our last themed programme carried out in 2018, which was in support of Scotland’s Futures Forum’s work on Scotland in 2030. Continue reading “Joining the Dots in 2030 – Charlie Woods”
The Learning from Loss programme team have been hard at work, and their fieldtrip is finally here! From the 10th to the 21st of June participants will explore a range of issues relating to climate change impacts upon the historic environment through the lens of threatened coastal heritage and vulnerable carved stone monuments. We will learn from the diverse experiences of the participants and explore different situations and alternative approaches enriched with experiences from colleagues from the USA and insights from community heritage managers and stakeholders.
You can find the full Learning from Loss Programme Itinerary here.