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East Dunbartonshire Council

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… will protect and enhance the local natural environment to help to maximise the variety of native species and habitats in East Dunbartonshire, especially those identified as priorities in the East Dunbartonshire Local Biodiversity Action Plan (LBAP). Sustainable Materials In addition to the amount (quantity) of resources we use, the type (quality) is an important consideration. Technological advances…

… GDP Gross Domestic Product GNS Green Network Strategy GTCS General Teaching Council for Scotland HGIOS How Good Is Our Service HR Human Resources IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change LBAP Local Biodiversity Action Plan LED Light-Emitting Diode LDP Local Development Plan LNCS Local Nature Conservation Site LNR Local Nature Reserve LOIP Local Outcome Improvement Plan LTS Local…

… is supported by policies within the emerging Local Development Plan (LDP), which has a commitment to sustainability at its core, including supporting regeneration and protection of the green belt, delivery of a high standard of green infrastructure and the green network, and protection and enhancement of landscape character and nature conservation. Future Actions The Council’s Biodiversity Duty

… Network Strategy (GNS) to identify opportunities to strengthen the habitat network and link to the LBAP and Council’s Active Travel Strategy • Production of an Invasive Non-Native Species Policy • Better mainstreaming of the Biodiversity Duty through the Council. A particular focus will be the commencement of initial peatland restoration work at High Moss (Bishopbriggs), an area of lowland raised…

… resources can be seen in everything from species loss and extinction, to climate change, pollution, deforestation, desertification and over-fishing. In the UK we are now experiencing the disruptive effects of climate change on a regular basis, particularly through increased flood and storm events, and we continue to experience continued biodiversity decline. The costs of these impacts are considerable…


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