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Scotland's Biodiversity - a Route Map on 2020

This week saw Aileen McLeod MSP, Minister for Environment, provide a draft of the Scottish Government’s Biodiversity Route Map to the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee ahead of its consideration of biodiversity this month.

The Route Map identifies six ‘Big Steps for Nature’ and a number of priority projects which focus on collaborative work which will deliver benefits for biodiversity and help towards meeting the Aichi goals and targets. The document has been prepared by Scottish Natural Heritage as lead author, with input from a range of other organisations which are part of the biodiversity processes in Scotland.

The draft Route Map can be found here...

Members will be pleased to note that Wildlife Estates Scotland is included as an important project in helping enhance biodiversity in relation to land management.

Ahead of the RACCE evidence session on biodiversity both Wildlife Estates Scotland and Scottish Land & Estates submitted Written Evidence to help the Committee in its deliberations. These submissions can be found here... 

 

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