Latest news from the network covering the August Economics seminar, taskforce work, liaison meetings and the AGM. News from members includes a tribute to Alan Blackshaw; latest on FoES Access to Justice campaign; the Cairngorms Campaign and others appeal for its court action; RAFTS Biosecurity Initiative; Bumblebees and Paths.
Whilst LINK no longer produces a Newsletter, our archived newsletters can viewed below
LINK’s regular update, with articles from new member Froglife Scotland, the Go For It Girls, Hilltracks and more.
Latest updates from LINK including a review of Andy Wightman’s book by Bob Aitken. From the members we have a layman’s guide to bovine TB and badgers; a challenge to the Cairngorms National Park Local Plan from several member bodies, news on Earth Hour and and intro to WTS’s new Director.
Recent activity and forthcoming plans, including Marine Renewables, launch of the Fred Edwards Trust, Members’ Congress, Organisational Supporters. From the members read about Scottish Native Woods new machine (you can hire it!); Butterfly success stories; Scottish Badgers join LINK; Biodiversity in the Cairngorms; and Peat and Archaeology.
Carrying news of the network since December. From the members, see Bill McDermott’s piece on National Parks, Conservation or Cosmetics? Read about current work of Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, the IUCN Peatland Programme and more.
Latest news and views from the LINK network and friends. Including: A New Challenge for LINK – opinion piece by Helen Zealley; Living with the Land launched; introduction to Living Streets, a new LINK member and more.
Covers the new Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act and news of members the Ramblers Association and the Scottish Allotments and Garden Society (SAGS).
Covers Scottish Environment Week February 2009, the LINK Marine Bill campaign news and LINK’s input to the Climate Change (Scotland) Bill consultation.
The quarterly update from Scottish Environment LINK Includes; Congress report on greeneing scotland, new president, marine bill campaign, protected areas and much more…
The quarterly update from Scottish Environment LINK. Highlights include: climate change, the future of food, sustainable development education, bumblebees, protection throught promotion, cool seas, allotments conference and a freshwater round up.