Public Body reporting on the Scottish Biodiversity Duty

The Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act (2004) placed a statutory requirement on all public bodies in Scotland to further the conservation of biodiversity when carrying out their responsibilities. The Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Act 2011 placed a further requirement on all public bodies in Scotland to provide a publicly available report, every three years, on the actions which they have taken to meet this biodiversity duty. CJS's report will be available here in due course.

General [2011]


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