Learn more about our 4 principles and how these are reflected in our Wild Scotland Best Practice guidelines. Every Wild Scotland member commits to adhering to these as well as our code of conduct upon application.
Wild Scotland commits to:
- Increase awareness around all our actions leading to positive environmental and social change.
- Collaborative and supportive community, to be key changemakers focussing on sustainability around people, planet and profit.
- Increase awareness of the fundamental benefits of nature to human health and wellbeing, both physical and mental.
- Collectively reinforce that our actions must match our principles through providing people with experiences and resources to become advocates for Scotland’s natural and cultural environment as well as their own natural and cultural environment closer to home.
- Go beyond reducing negative impact on the environment and regenerate to have a beneficial effect on nature in Scotland.
- Offer compelling storytelling that is accessible, genuine, intentional thereby helping visitors to contribute to positive solutions to the environmental and social challenges facing Scotland.
- Amplify all the good practice of Wild Scotland and inspire a new generation of leaders and employees in the outdoor sector.