Scottish Environment LINK is the forum for Scotland’s voluntary environment organisations, with over 35 member bodies representing a range of environmental interests with the common goal of contributing to a more environmentally sustainable society.
What we do
LINK provides a forum for its member bodies facilitating and enabling informed debate, information-sharing, discussion and joint action. LINK assists communication between member bodies, government and its agencies and other sectors within civic society. Acting at local, national and international levels, LINK aims to ensure that the environment is fully recognised in the development of policy and legislation affecting Scotland.
LINK 30th Birthday
To mark three decades of collaboration we commissioned a 10 minute video to capture the spirit of the network.
Did you know that 1 in 11 species in Scotland is at risk of extinction?
From bumblebees and wildcats to dolphins and seabirds, our nature is in trouble. Climate change, pollution and loss of habitat have contributed to this decline. And now Brexit puts at risk environmental protections that Scottish wildlife and landscapes depend on.
But we can still secure ambitious protections for Scotland’s seas, land and wildlife.
Join us in calling on the Scottish Government to get serious about protecting our environment.
Watch the launch of our campaign
Help us protect iconic landscapes!
The LINK Hilltracks subgroup believes that full planning control is needed to bring greater measures of environmental and landscape protection and also a measure of public oversight to the construction of tracks in upland areas. Read their recently published report Changing Tracks and lend your voice by participating in our action –