Scotland's landscapes form part of our identity and their place in our culture is recognised and celebrated. They are an important asset for the economy and contribute in many ways to the quality of life we enjoy in Scotland. Equally, poor or degraded landscapes can restrict social and economic opportunities for communities.
This infographic illustrates some of the evidence for the importance of Scotland's landscapes. It is relevant for Scottish Natural Heritage's work, Scottish Government's National Outcomes and Scottish society as a whole.