The climate change emergency and Scotland's way forward
The team from ASH Design + Assessment reflects on why EIA will be so important in the Scottish government's efforts to reach net zeroOn 28 April of this year, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon declared a climate emergency at an SNP party conference. This was followed the next day by the Welsh government's similar announcement
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