Scotland’s Coastal Confusion

22nd September 2004

Scottish Environment LINK’s Marine Task Force believes that the current regulatory framework does not support the sustainable development and marine conservation aspirations of coastal communities and sea users throughout Scotland. Here are a number of examples to illustrate how current marine management measures are confused and disjointed.

  1. Firth Partnerships
  2. Fair Isle Marine Environment and Tourism Initiative
  3. Arran C.O.A.S.T.
  4. Solway Whelk Fishery
  5. Finding the balance with salmon farming
  6. From the Braer to the Jambo: 12 years and still no MEHRAs

This discussion paper is number 6 of 6 in a series prepared for a Sustaining our Seas Seminar,

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