There are loads of organisations involved in communicating biodiversity. Here are contact details and/or links to their websites.
Biodiversity Implementation Team
Scottish Natural Heritage
Great Glen House
The Biodiversity Implementation Team is responsible for implementing the Scottish Biodiversity Strategy on behalf of the Scottish Biodiversity Forum.
Biodiversity Policy Team
The Biodiversity Policy Team is dedicated to the provision of information relating to the conservation and enhancement of biodiversity in Scotland. It is responsible for policies to conserve Scotland's biodiversity as set out in the Scottish Biodiversity Strategy, and on Scotland's contribution to the UK's national and international commitments.
Scottish Natural Heritage
Great Glen House
Scottish Natural Heritage works with Scotland's people to care for the natural heritage: the wildlife, habitats, rocks, landscapes and natural beauty of Scotland and to help people to enjoy and value it, and encourage people to use it sustainably.
Scottish Agricultural College
West Mains Road
SAC is an innovative, knowledge-based organisation, supporting the development of land-based industries and communities.
Forestry Commission Scotland
231 Corstorphine Road
Forestry Commission Scotland is the forestry department of the Scottish Government. It advises on and implements forestry policy and manages the national forest estate. It aims to protect and expand Scotland's forests and woodlands and increase their value to society and the environment.
Business Environment Partnership
42/3 Hardengreen Business Park
t: 0131 561 6262
The Business Environment Partnership (BEP) was established in 1998 to provide free and subsidised assistance with environmental management to small and medium sized businesses throughout Scotland.
25 Ravelston Terrace
The RSPB works to secure a healthy environment for birds and other wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. The RSPB exists to conserve wild birds and the environment.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
20A Inverleith Row
t: 0131 552 7171
The Garden is first and foremost a scientific institution, dedicated to discovering and describing plants and their relationships, evolution, conservation and biology. This research is underpinned by the Garden’s internationally important collections of living and preserved plants, a large specialist library, and by modern well-equipped laboratories.
Keep Scotland Beautiful
t: 01786 468234
Eco Schools is an international initiative designed to encourage whole-school action for the environment. It is an environmental management tool, learning resource and recognised award scheme.
John Muir Trust
41 Commercial Street
The John Muir Trust is a leading UK charity dedicated to the protection of wild land for both nature and people.
Marine Conservation Society
3 Coates Place
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to caring for our seas, shores and wildlife. MCS campaigns for clean seas and beaches, sustainable fisheries, and protection for all marine life.
12 Alpha Centre
Stirling University Innovation Park
Greenspace Scotland was established in 2003 to promote a step change in the development and management of quality greenspaces in our towns and cities.
National Biodiversity Network
The National Biodiversity Network is the UK's first web based route to wildlife information.
The National Trust for Scotland
28 Charlotte Square
The National Trust for Scotland is the conservation charity that protects and promotes Scotland's natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations to enjoy.
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
Castle Business Park
t: 01786 457700
SEPA is Scotland’s environmental regulator and adviser, responsible to the Scottish Parliament through Ministers. As well as a role in controlling pollution, SEPA works with others to protect and improve our environment.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Cramond Glebe Road
Scottish Wildlife Trust contributes to the enhancement and preservation of habitats and wildlife throughout the country by encouraging access to wildlife.
Grounds for Learning
t: 01259 220887
Grounds for Learning, part of the UK charity Learning through Landscapes, helps Scottish schools and early years settings make the most of their outdoor spaces for play and learning.