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Realising Land's Potential stakeholder engagement events

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Stakeholder engagement events relating to theme topics

Health and wellbeing conferences and workshops

Date Title Theme role Venue
25 November 2013 Places and Spaces for Health and Wellbeing Keynote presentation on GreenHealth project findings COSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh
18 June 2013 Green Infrastructure, design and place making Display on GreenHealth, BlueHealth and community engagement in greenspaces Maryhill Burgh Halls, Glasgow
18 March 2013 SMaSH annual workshop  Presentation on BlueHealth project findings COSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh
11 March 2013 GreenHealth conference  GreenHealth project conference, presentations by L. Dinnie, D. Miller Edinburgh

Renewable energy 

Date Title Theme role Venue
8-9 May 2014 AgriEnergy Exhibition and presentation on farmer uptake of renweables ANM Thainstone Centre, Inverurie
20-23 January 2014  World Future Energy Summit Exhibition and presentation on farm level renewables Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre
22-23 May 2013 All Energy Exhibition and Conference Display on renewables research and consultancy

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, Aberdeen

20 November 2012 Estate Scale Renewables Keynote presentation on landscapes and renewable energy Grosvenor Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh

Natural resource datasets and databases

Date Title Theme role Venue
10 December 2013   Launch of Scotland Soils website Presentation of final project output  Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
19-20 September 2013 European Network on Soil Awareness Hosting of event, presentations and demonstrations of resources James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen
18 February 2013 Scottish Soils Database and Website: workshop Presenting project progress and obtaining stakeholder feedback Scottish Government (Victoria Quay), Edinburgh

Land use and landscapes

Date Title Theme role Venue
14th- 15th April 2014 SRUC/SEPA Biennial Conference Presentation on land use futures and exhibition display Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh
30 April - 1 May 2014 Ecosystem Services Community Scotland Conference Presentations on land use futures, health and well-being, and exhibition display Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
14-19 November 2013  Year of Natural Scotland: Green Energy in the Granite City Visualization and discussion about offshore windfarms (Aberdeen bay)  Satrosphere Science Centre, Aberdeen
17-21 October 2013 Moving Forward from Ash Dieback Visualization and explanation of scenarios of ash dieback encroachment on a woodland  Satrosphere Science Centre, Aberdeen
1-7 August 2013 Moving Forward from Ash Dieback Visualization and explanation of scenarios of ash dieback encroachment on a woodland John Hope Gateway Centre, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Land manager attitudes and behaviours

Date Title Theme role Venue
3 December 2013 Policies enabling innovation, learning and transition towards sustainability of agriculture Co-organisation (FarmPath and Solinsa projects) Thon Hotel, Brussels
6 November  2013 FarmPath Final regional Stakeholder Event Co-ordination of the EU FarmPath project and host of event James Hutton Institute



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