The Power Of The Process - Developing A Sustainability Toolkit For Upland Estates In Scotland [Jayne Glass]

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  • Explain briefly the point of the toolkit. Mention SLUS.
  • And time for questions
  • Lead in here to whole process (overview)
  • And time for questions
  • Lead in here to whole process (overview)
  • Talk about PAU at the end of this slide
  • The Power Of The Process - Developing A Sustainability Toolkit For Upland Estates In Scotland [Jayne Glass]

    1. 1. Developing aDeveloping a sustainability toolkit forsustainability toolkit for upland estates in Scotlandupland estates in Scotland The power of the process:The power of the process: Jayne GlassJayne Glass Centre for Mountain StudiesCentre for Mountain Studies Perth College UHIPerth College UHI 2727thth October 2010October 2010 1
    2. 2. 2 Outline › Research context › Developing the toolkit › Exploring the toolkit › Using the toolkit
    3. 3. 3 Research contextResearch context
    4. 4. 4 Research context Upland estate management in Scotland Shift towards governance thinking Creating a space for transdisciplinary actors to generate knowledge
    5. 5. 5 Developing the toolkitDeveloping the toolkit
    6. 6. 6 Estate management professionals Academics & consultants NGOs & other interest groups Government agencies & other bodies Representative bodies Land Agents LandownersLand managers LINK RICS SRPBA SAC Relu programme Consultants International Scottish Government DCS Sustainable Development Commission CNPA RSPB NTS JMT Moorland Forum Southern Uplands Partnership PanelPanel SNH Who took part?
    7. 7. 7 The process Round One: Establishing a context for sustainability Round One: Establishing a context for sustainability Compiling and feeding back ideas Compiling and feeding back ideas Redrafting and piloting the toolkit Redrafting and piloting the toolkit Developing second draftDeveloping second draft Developing first draftDeveloping first draft Round Two: Discussing practical management strategies Round Two: Discussing practical management strategies Round Four: Refining the toolkit Round Four: Refining the toolkit Round Three: Reflecting on the first draft Round Three: Reflecting on the first draft
    8. 8. 8 Exploring the toolkitExploring the toolkit
    9. 9. 9
    10. 10. 10 Adapting management Adapting management Broadening options Broadening options Ecosystem thinking Ecosystem thinking Linking into social fabric Linking into social fabric Thinking beyond the estate Thinking beyond the estate ►Developing and implementing long- term management plans for all aspects of estate management ► Developing long- term income streams to cope with shocks ► Maintaining and enhancing environments for priority habitats and species ► Restoring key habitats ► Playing a role in delivering community aspirations ► Involving communities in estate decision-making and management ► Reducing carbon- focussed impacts of estate activities ► Supporting local trades, suppliers and markets ► Adapting management on the basis of sound knowledge and understanding ► Adding value to estate products and services ► Maximising the carbon storage potential of the estate ► Maintaining and enhancing catchments to good ecological condition ► Conserving and protecting landscapes and upland cultural heritage ► Facilitating employment and people development opportunities ► Involvement in planning and delivery beyond the estate scale ► Sharing knowledge and learning from others Long-term planningLong-term planning Economic resilience and financial viability Economic resilience and financial viability A biodiverse environment A biodiverse environment Improved quality of life and representation Improved quality of life and representation Environmentally and socially responsible business(es) Environmentally and socially responsible business(es) Risk managementRisk management Customer-led approach Customer-led approach Well-maintained and enhanced ecosystem services Well-maintained and enhanced ecosystem services Improved livelihood opportunities Improved livelihood opportunities External collaboration and dialogue External collaboration and dialogue ProactiveProactive ActiveActive Under- active Under- active ! ►Involvement in planning and delivery beyond the estate scale ►Sharing knowledge and learning from others External collaboration and dialogue Thinking beyond the estate
    11. 11. 11 Using the toolkitUsing the toolkit
    12. 12. 12 Using the toolkit › Management plans and other documents › In-depth interview with estate representative › Cross-checking data › Feeding back
    13. 13. 13 Thank youThank you For more information, please contact: jayne.glass@perth.uhi.ac.uk

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