Scottish Biodiversity Governance
The Scottish Biodiversity Committee, chaired by the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, provides the overall direction of activity for the Scottish Biodiversity Strategy. Reporting to this committee is the Delivery and Monitoring Group which will drive forward the biodiversity agenda set by the committee. There are seven groups tasked with specific activities, each reporting to the Delivery and Monitoring Group. Further information on the biodiversity structures in Scotland and the groups supporting it is being updated.
Find out how the committee operates.
The group oversees the implementation of strategic policy.
Find out what the group is doing for habitats and species in Scotland.
Find out what the group is doing for biodiversity in Scotland's Protected Areas.
Find out what Natural Capital means for biodiversity in Scotland.
Look at what the group is doing to tackle Invasive non-native species.
Learn what the strategic marine issues are for Scotland.
Have a look at the group's key tasks for Scottish biodiversity.
Find out how the group is raising awareness of biodiversity and land use in Scotland.
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