This manifesto highlights why biodiversity is essential to all our lives. It explains how the Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) process has been developed to sustain and enhance this biodiversity and makes recommendations on the ways the process can be improved to meet the target of halting biodiversity loss by 2010. In 1994, the UK started … Read More »
Scotland’s progress report on sustainability 1992-2002 – “must try harder”. Political leaders will meet in Johannesburg in August 2002 for the World Summit on Sustainable Development “to take a critical look back at the Earth Summit, and aim to arrive at a comprehensive, frank and useful review of the past ten years.” It is the … Read More »
This audit explores the relationship between tourism and the environment in Scotland. It looks at the contribution of Scotland’s environment to attracting tourism revenue and of the effects of tourism on the environment. It goes on to examine how conservation and enhancement of the environment could increase tourism benefits. A hard copy of this report … Read More »
This Audit addresses the town and country planning regime as a tool for sustainable development. The audit focuses on the environmental sustainability of plannings interface with the natural heritage. A hard copy of this report is available from LINK for a small fee of £3 to cover postage and packing.
Published in 1997 A hard copy of this report is available from LINK for a small fee of £3 to cover postage and packing.
Published October 1990