Agriculture policy has huge potential to shape the future of Scotland’s environment – either harmfully or beneficially. Scotland’s environmental losses to agriculture in the last 50 years have been catastrophic. They have largely been driven by the CAP. The future of most of Scotland’s remaining semi-natural farmland and woodland habitats, outside protected areas such as SSSIs, depends almost exclusively on changes to current agriculture policy.
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