Speaker: Professor Roger Crofts

The balance of nature in Scotland has always been in a state of flux, with some changes beneficial, whilst others, decidedly less so. Many changes occurring presently are driven by government and its agencies, bad land owners and poor levels of public consultation, but where do the problems lie? What does, or what should, the future hold?

All of these issues will be discussed in a wide-ranging talk by Professor Roger Crofts, writer, speaker and policy advisor. The talk will also be illustrated with examples of Scotland’s natural wonder and its stunning and awe inspiring landscapes.

This talk is organised by the Senior Fellows Club of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh