Roseanna Cunningham MSP
Written 20 posts
Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform
1st February 2018
Commenting on the decision to give consent to North West Mull Community Woodland Company Limited to proceed with its right to buy the Isle of Ulva, under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, Cabinet Secretary for Land Reform Roseanna Cunningham said: “Congratulations to the North West Mull Community Woodland Company in receiving consent to proceed…
6th January 2018
2017 has been a landmark year for Scotland’s Land Reform agenda. Our progressive community land ownership policies have delivered huge benefits to communities across the country, and have set us on an ambitious process to transform the relationship between the land and the people of Scotland. Community right to buy, which we expanded through the…
6th November 2017
The UK Government should maintain EU environmental principles post Brexit or risk undermining the substantial international progress Scotland has made, Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has said.
3rd March 2017
How we own, manage, control, conserve, promote, support and develop it matters hugely to this Government’s ambitions for our country and today on World Wildlife Day (Friday 3 March), I’m reflecting on recent successes and the challenges that lie ahead in protecting our wildlife.
15th February 2017
I am committed to continuing action on biodiversity protection, habitat restoration and encouraging our citizens to live more active and healthy lifestyles. Earlier this week, right in the heart of urban Scotland, I saw this in action.
25th January 2017
Roseanna Cunningham highlights the policies and proposals at the heart of the new draft Climate Change Plan.
5th January 2017
Roseanna Cunningham explains why 2017 promises to be highly significant for everyone who cares about our environment.
25th November 2016
This week I met staff at the Scottish Government’s main rural, agricultural and environmental research institutes in Edinburgh to hear about their concerns over the threats posed by Brexit.
17th November 2016
The recent US Presidential elections may have put the international spotlight on the Paris Agreement but for me it was very much business as usual at this year’s UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech.