Green Recovery

A working group focussing on the Green Recovery post Covid-19

The Group is developing LINK’s contribution to conversations on a green recovery, ensuring that nature, climate and broader environmental aspects are central to a recovery plan. This group brings together expertise from across LINK to develop ideas and policy recommendations.

Convenor

Isobel Mercer

Staff liaison

Rachael Fairbairn

and

Deborah Long

Latest News

A possible kind of future

29 Oct 2021

A blog by Deborah Long, LINK’S Chief Officer.   This blog kicks off a series by LINK staff, members, Honorary Fellows and invited guests who will bring a nature-climate twist to the COP26 presidency programme. Click here to find out more.   2021 and 2022 are the big years for action to save nature and […]

The colour of hope: a green recovery in Scotland.

21 Apr 2021

On 17th April 2021, LINK’s Chief Officer Deborah Long spoke to the 2050 Climate Group’s Zoom Out: taking action for the Green Recovery event, part of their Young Leaders Development Programme, which aims to engage, educate and inspire young leaders. This blog is based on the talk she gave.     So here we are: all […]

Environmental charities in a pandemic, a nature crisis and a climate emergency

23 Mar 2021

Along with everyone else, Scottish Environment LINK member organisations have been adjusting to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Member surveys in April and November 2020 identified key challenges and the solutions our members were implementing as lockdowns came and went, and returned. Assessing the ongoing and near future financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus […]

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