On the Biodiversity Progress to 2020, ECCLR took evidence from stakeholders on the publication of Scotland’s Biodiversity- A Route Map to 2020 first progress report 2015/2016- the first annual review of the Route Map to 2020 and Scotland’s Biodiversity Progress to 2020 Aichi Targets Interim Report 2016 , LINK submitted written evidence to the committee … Read More »
LINK responded to the PAWG vision and strategic objectives for protected areas. This response was developed by Stuart Brooks and Isobel Mercer, and was submitted to Brian Eardley at SNH.
Given the EU referendum results impact on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) as well as the ongoing EU discussions on a reform of the CAP, members of LINK’s Food and Farming Subgroup have developed initial views regarding the future of farming and rural land use in Scotland. A summary is provided below; the full paper can … Read More »
Scotland is at a crucial stage in the development of a strategic, progressive marine planning system for its seas and it is essential that management approaches and priorities are clearly defined and the required resources for achieving them are in place. Under the adoption of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) in 2008, Scotland … Read More »
This Environment Links UK statement sets out our views on Access to Justice in the UK. Environment Links UK (formerly Joint Links) collectively represents voluntary organisations with more than 8 million members across the UK. It comprises the combined memberships of Wildlife and Countryside Link, Scottish Environment LINK, Wales Environment Link and the Northern Ireland … Read More »
A statement by LINK’s Landscape subgroup on ‘Landscape and Wind Energy’ – April 2016
Joint Links statement on Access to Justice in the UK. This forms the basis of a Link submission to the 8th meeting of the UNECE Task Force on Access to Justice in Geneva in June 2015. The statement outlines the issues of cost, time limit and the scope of Judicial Review that undermine the UK’s … Read More »