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 report concerns the potential environmental benefits offered by the concept of the Circular Economy, its weaknesses and its relevance to LINK members. It is based on a survey of LINK members and a workshop as well as a review of literature and discussions with other stakeholders. A circular economy alters material flows within the … Read More »
In February 2015, Scottish Environment LINK hosted a workshop to discuss the topic ‘How can marine spatial planning lead to a thriving natural marine environment in Scotland?’ The workshop brought together around 60 experts, from planners to lawyers, industry to academia, to look at how marine planning can be used to provide benefits to the … Read More »
Eliminating Wildlife Crime in Scotland New report on wildlife crime.
A Review of the Enforcement of Wildlife Protection Legislation in Scotland New report on wildlife crime.
Scotland and the Carbon Bubble. A report for Scottish Environment LINK by Jessica Pepper with additions from members of LINK’s Economics Task Force.