What we do
SNH's work is about caring for the natural heritage, enabling people to enjoy it, helping people to understand and appreciate it, and supporting those who manage it.
Our aspiration is for the natural heritage to be used and managed sustainably. Our Natural Heritage Futures documents set out a vision for what Scotland's natural heritage could be like in 2025, and how that could be achieved. Moving towards that vision will require action by a wide range of organisations and individuals.
We recently refreshed our existing corporate strategy to better reflect changing priorities. Strategy and Priorities 2012-2015 explains how SNH's work contributes to the Government's objectives, and includes statements on how our work has a major positive impact on the country's economy and on people's health and well-being.
Here we have summarised our ambitions for Scotland's natural assets, highlighting how we will work with others to achieve them
Enhancing Scotland's biodiversity and re-kindling the relationship between people and the natural world
Understanding the effects of climate change and helping to deliver the contribution that the natural heritage can make in limiting it and adapting to it
Creating places where people want to live or visit, providing opportunities for healthier lifestyles and enabling people to enjoy the natural heritage
Identifying and helping to deliver the contribution that the natural heritage can make to sustainable economic growth
Maintaining an efficient, responsive and environmentally responsible organisation which provides value and satisfaction for customers
Our Natural Heritage Futures documents set out a vision for what Scotland's natural heritage could be like in 2025, and how that could be achieved.
Promoting conservation and sustainable management of deer in Scotland
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