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The LINK Marine Group successfully campaigned for a Marine (Scotland) Act that includes important duties on Scottish Ministers to, amongst others, protect and where appropriate our Seas, develop a national marine plan that includes marine ecosystem objectives and develop a network ot Marine protected Areas. The Act received Royal Assent from Her Majesty the Queen on 10th March 2010, In order to properly protect Scotland’s marine wildlife, make our seas resilient to climate change and, appropriate, damaged areas, the Act must be The group continues to work hard to ensure effective implementation ot the Act itself and the secondary regulations that come from it.

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LINK’s Marine project is funded by the John Ellerman Foundation enabling employment of the Policy and Engagement Officer, Esther Brooker.

Contact details are firstname at scotlinkorg

Group Objectives

The LINK Marine Group successfully campaigned for a Marine (Scotland) Act that includes important duties on Scottish Ministers to, amongst others, protect and where appropriate our Seas, develop a national marine plan that includes marine ecosystem objectives and develop a network ot Marine protected Areas. The Act received Royal Assent from Her Majesty the Queen on 10th March 2010, In order to properly protect Scotland’s marine wildlife, make our seas resilient to climate change and, appropriate, damaged areas, the Act must be The group continues to work hard to ensure effective implementation ot the Act itself and the secondary regulations that come from it.

Funded by

LINK’s Marine project is funded by the John Ellerman Foundation enabling employment of the Policy and Engagement Officer, Esther Brooker.

Contact details are firstname at scotlinkorg

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Sustainable Scotland

Where Scotland’s nature, land and seascapes are healthy and resilient, able to support thriving communities and flourishing people.

Strong Voice

For the environment, nature, land and seascapes so they are able to support a prosperous future.

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Able to communicate effectively, work together and achieve more as a result.

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Our People

Where Scotland’s nature, land and seascapes are healthy and resilient, able to support thriving communities and flourishing people.

Our History

For the environment, nature, land and seascapes so they are able to support a prosperous future.

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Group Objectives

The LINK Marine Group successfully campaigned for a Marine (Scotland) Act that includes important duties on Scottish Ministers to, amongst others, protect and where appropriate our Seas, develop a national marine plan that includes marine ecosystem objectives and develop a network ot Marine protected Areas. The Act received Royal Assent from Her Majesty the Queen on 10th March 2010, In order to properly protect Scotland’s marine wildlife, make our seas resilient to climate change and, appropriate, damaged areas, the Act must be The group continues to work hard to ensure effective implementation ot the Act itself and the secondary regulations that come from it.

Funded by

LINK’s Marine project is funded by the John Ellerman Foundation enabling employment of the Policy and Engagement Officer, Esther Brooker.

Contact details are firstname at scotlinkorg

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Scotland and the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration: 5 priorities for the coming year

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Invasive Non-Native Species: Should all Nature be Championed?

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Invasive Species Week  The international community is facing twin emergencies: climate change and biodiversity loss. These entangled crises demand swift action from policymakers and Nicola Sturgeon’s recent commitment to showing leadership on both crises is very welcomed. Tackling the nature crisis can feel even more complex than the climate crisis and yet it is paramount […]

Land and People in Scotland: the new Cairngorms National Park Plan

06 May 2022

Land and People in Scotland: the new Cairngorms National Park Plan showing the way in this Decade of Ecosystem Restoration Despite its status as the birthplace of John Muir – ‘the patron saint of national parks’ – Scotland arrived late on the scene.  More than a century behind the USA, and half a century behind […]

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