20 Years of Scottish Biodiversity Partnerships

Wednesday 26th of October 2016

Local Biodiversity Action Plan Partnerships (LBAPs) were set up in the UK as part of Britain's response to ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity following the Rio Earth Summit in 1992.In 1996, four pilot LBAPs were established in Scotland to deliver action for biodiversity at a local level. There are now more than twenty Biodiversity Partnerships delivering a wide range of biodiversity conservation, communication and education work in their local areas. This publication draws together some of this work in a celebration of two decades of action across Scotland.

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