Scotland was one of the first countries in the world to acknowledge the global climate emergency and the Scottish government has introduced the toughest targets in the UK to ensure our action matches the scale of our climate ambitions.
This visual maps out several environmental impacts towards the city and strategies such as waste and water management services to reduce the effect. Locating the respective hotspots are aimed to protect the city’s fabric and its inhabitants such as green spaces, water and air quality which can soon broadened into a collective movement aimed against corruption, lack of transparency, economic inequality and dwindling social services.
It is also an evidence that shows the importance of “corporate social responsibility” towards the environment of the city. Scotland must develop climate commitments that go far enough to avoid a catastrophic environmental breakdown.
Key Themes: Land-use, Policy, Well-being