“While different organisations may have slightly different priorities, ultimately everyone is striving for the common goal of contributing to a more environmentally sustainable society,” says Robert Williams, Living Water Project Officer with Froglife. I think joining Scottish Environment LINK is a great move for Froglife, and in a time when governments are increasingly overlooking the need to invest in conservation, a unified voice is so important.”
Froglife will sit on the Freshwater and Wildlife Natural Environment taskforces and have already been involved in reviewing Scottish Environmental Protection Agency’s National Flood Risk Assessment. This document will affect prioritisation of flood risk across Scotland and could have implications for protected species and sites, such as Natterjack Toads on the Solway coast.
- You can find out more about Froglife's work in Scotland here
- You can discover more about Scottish Environment LINK here
- A Scottish version of our Urban Tails publication, with tips on wildilfe spotting, is available here