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Section 14.4. The Scottish Government will enact an Environmental Protection Law that will outline the measures to be taken to improve living conditions for people and the biome for all living creatures in Scotland. Scotland has a duty to work with other nations to ensure the long-term protection of the global environment.

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  • Avatar admin
    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:53:31

    Section 14.4. Section 14.4. The Scottish Government will enact an Environmental Protection Law that will outline the measures to be taken to improve living conditions for people and the biome for all living creatures in Scotland. Scotland has a duty to work with other nations to ensure the long-term protection of the global environment.

      • JiSter

        Section 14.4. There should be reference to a requirement that public procurement should include conditions to minimise the adverse effect on the global environment?

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      • Stuart

        Section 14.4. Should 'improve' not read 'safeguard'? A protective law promoting open ended improvement sounds problematic.

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Proposed Amendment to Section 14.4.

  • LouMCowan

    Safeguarding and Procurement

    Section 14.4. Section 14.4. The Scottish Government will enact an Environmental Protection Law that will outline the measures to be taken to safeguard living conditions for people and the biome for all living creatures in Scotland. Scotland has a duty to work with other nations to ensure the long-term protection of the global environment. All public procurement should include conditions to minimise the adverse effect on the global environment.

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