LINK Sustainable Land Use Case Studies

3rd September 2010

Scotland’s land is used in a huge variety of ways and provides a large number of beneits from food and fuel to wildlife and wellbeing.  The need to get more from our limited land resources has increased in recent years and there is concern that this will lead to further environmental impact.  Climate change adds another dangerous pressure.

LINK’s ten case studies demonstrate what multifunctional land use can look like and the benefits it can provide for the economy society and the environment.  They highlight aproaches to land use and management which can be applied much more widely in Scotland and show what can be achieved through more integrated and different ways of working.

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