16B Anne Campbell.
Anne Campbell, from the Isle of Lewis, works as an artist. Her paintings depict her passion for the moors, and incorporate their Gaelic names. Much like the Australian desert, these moors may seem like they contain little when viewed by a stranger from the road. But each small hump, or pool of water, has a distinguishing name. “If these names are lost, features may appear indistinguishable”, she says.

The locals won a case against a two hundred and thirty-four turbine windfarm because of the environmental and cultural importance of the moors. But threats of large-scale development are ever-present as the environmental significance of moorland is not yet as widely known as that of trees.