The Everyone’s Environment programme, which greenspace scotland is a partner of, has published two new research briefings on how people living in poverty and people experiencing health inequalities will be impacted by climate change and nature loss–and the government’s policy responses to them. 

The programme has woven evidence on specific positions in Scotland throughout these UK-wide reports. 

The briefing 'How will the climate and nature crises impact people living in poverty?' can be found here.  

The briefing: 'How will the climate and nature crises impact people experiencing health inequalities?' can be found here 

The briefings are particularly intended to help environmental and charity organisations understand the impacts of the climate and biodiversity crises on the people they serve. 

They are part of a wider programme of research and briefings which can be found here