Climate Adaptation

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The vision of the LINK Climate Adaptation Taskforce was that Scotland’s biodiversity is enabled to be able to adapt to the impacts of climate change.  LINK  previously also had a Climate change group – all related documentation for this group is now included on this page.


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The UK is now one of the most nature-depleted countries on Earth. The most recent State of Nature Report – the UK’s most comprehensive report on biodiversity – has clearly mapped the continued decline of our wildlife over the past decades, following on from the UK’s already extensive historical loss of nature prior to contemporary […]

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The global pandemic has proven that people are far more vulnerable than many of us thought. However, the response to the COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated the power, resilience and potential of grassroots and community-led action. There have been many inspiring examples of how community and voluntary organisations have stepped up to meet the huge challenges […]

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