Green Recovery group

A short term 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 will be a short-term group that brings together expertise from across LINK to develop ideas and policy recommendations.

Chair

Deborah Long

Latest News

Scottish Environment LINK Welcomes Government’s Drive for a Greener Scotland

01 Sep 2020

Scottish Environment LINK, a coalition of Scotland’s leading environmental charities today welcomed Scottish government’s announcement to create new, green jobs to tackle the multiple crises the country is facing relating to climate change, rapid nature decline and the coronavirus. This comes after strong sector-wide and public support for actions to drive a green recovery from […]

Now is the time for an ambitious green, wellbeing recovery

20 Aug 2020

In my earlier blog, I didn’t see the ambitious green wellbeing recovery vision in the Economic Recovery Group’s report that I and many others hoped for. The question now is, is it in the Scottish Government’s response, published on 5 August?

Most people living in Scotland want a green recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic

07 Aug 2020

A new poll shows people in Scotland believe the Government should prioritise economic recovery measures that tackle climate change and enhance nature A new poll released today shows three-quarters of people living in Scotland believe the Scottish Government should prioritise measures for a green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The poll shows strong public support […]

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