On 10 December 2020, LINK’s Marine Group members and the Environmental Funders Network launched a new film showing the value of Scotland’s marine and coastal habitats and why we need to invest in them for future generations. You can watch the film here.
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Scotland needs to commit to ambitious Ocean recovery targets. Governments across the UK have collectively failed to meet 11 of 15 Good Environmental Status (GES) indicators for the health of our seas required by 2020. With intertwined climate and nature crises and the declining health of our marine ecosystems, we urgently need transformative change to set Scotland’s seas on a decade of recovery to 2030.
Members of Scottish Environment LINK’s Save Scottish Seas coalition are calling on the Scottish Government to commit to ambitious ocean recovery targets to return Scotland seas to health, make them as resilient as possible to help in the fight against climate change and enable them to support coastal communities and livelihoods long into the future.
The Ocean Recovery Plan calls for:
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This workstream is supported by grants from the John Ellerman Foundation and the William Grant Foundation from April 2021. We are grateful to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the John Ellerman Foundation, the Tay Charitable Trust, WWF Scotland and the Marine Conservation Society for financial support of our marine work since 2007.
The Save Scottish Seas campaign comprises the following organisations:
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