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Roseanna is a member of the following Committees:
Roseanna is a member of the following Cross-Party Groups:
Meeting of the Parliament 25 April 2017 : 25 April 2017
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (Roseanna Cunningham)
I admit that I was not sure whether to commiserate with or congratulate Maurice Golden on tonight’s debate—commiserate with him for being a month late or congratu...
Meeting of the Parliament 19 April 2017 [Draft] : 19 April 2017
In a sense, the member’s question carries some of the answer in it. It is not as straightforward as people might imagine to impose a deposit return system, because particular issues need to ...
The use of disposable nappies certainly creates some waste issues. However, I will be careful about what I say, because I am conscious that there will be consider...
I note with interest the member’s implicit call for the Government to centralise all waste and recycling services, which are currently the responsibility of local...
The Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2012 require separate collection of dry recyclable materials and food waste. As well as having introduced those regulations, we are taking a range of actions...
I am flattered that the member pays such close attention to my previous career. It would not be the first time that my ministerial office has resulted in my confr...
I am having active discussions with the member and with Joan McAlpine on the issue. Haaf-netting will be part and parcel of the bill. The absolute detail of that ...
The member will have taken from my answer to Liam McArthur that I felt quite strongly about that when I came into this job at this time last year.
I will pay particular attention to the situation in Orkney and will consider whether we can learn any lessons from it that can be applied elsewhere. I am grateful that the member has acknowl...
I announced on 3 February that proposals to introduce rod licences would not be taken forward. It is important that we represent the interests of all our anglers. I have listened to their co...
That the Parliament recognises that Scotland’s biodiversity is one of its most precious and valuable assets, has intrinsic value and underpins a strong economy and healthy communities; agrees that significant progress has been made to protect and enhance Scotland’s biodiversity, and notes that, by working in partnership, Scotland can collectively achieve more for its biodiversity, help meet its international obligations and ensure that its biodiversity has a secure and healthy future.
Supported by: Joe FitzPatrick
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Carbon Accounting Scheme (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2017 [draft] be approved.
That the Parliament agrees that the Farriers (Registration) Bill, introduced in the House of Commons on 29 June 2016, so far as this matter falls within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament or alters the executive competence of Scottish Ministers, should be considered by the UK Parliament.
That the Parliament considers that the amount of food, estimated at 1.35 million tonnes in 2013, wasted in Scotland is unacceptable; recognises that reducing food waste is a moral, environmental and economic imperative on everyone in Scotland, from consumers to manufacturers and retailers; notes that reducing food waste will also help families and businesses to save money while reducing emissions; welcomes the progress already made to reduce household and manufacturing food waste, and the Scottish Government's ambitious target to reduce food waste by 33% by 2025, and commits to Scotland showing leadership in this important area.
Supported by: Paul Wheelhouse
That the Parliament notes the report from the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee, Appointment of the Scottish Land Commissioners and the Tenant Farming Commissioner (4th Report (Session 5), SP Paper 50); welcomes the committee’s recommendation that the Parliament approves the appointment of Dr Bob McIntosh as Tenant Farming Commissioner and Professor David Adams, Megan MacInnes, Lorne MacLeod, Dr Sally Reynolds and Andrew Thin as Scottish Land Commissioners; further welcomes the committee’s endorsement of the selection of Andrew Thin as Chair of the Commission; approves the appointments as required by section 10 of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016, and looks forward to the Scottish Land Commission starting work on 1 April 2017.
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Crown Estate Scotland (Interim Management) Order 2017 [draft] be approved.
Supported by: Joe FitzPatrick, Humza Yousaf
That the Parliament agrees that membership of the EU has ensured progress on a wide range of environmental issues in Scotland and continues to underpin vital environmental protection; recognises the importance of the EU in securing collective action and progress on climate change; further recognises that a healthy environment supports prosperity and allows the promotion of Scottish produce and tourism around the world; notes that the value of the natural environment to the people of Scotland must be recognised by the UK Government in any future trade negotiations; welcomes that the Scottish Ministers will pass on in full the EU funding guaranteed by the UK Government so far, which is vital to protecting, maintaining and enhancing the natural environment; believes that Scotland must protect its position as a climate change leader, and calls on the UK Government to ensure that Scotland has a role in the decision-making, as well as full involvement, in all UK negotiations.
Supported by: Michael Russell
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Climate Change (Limit on Use of Carbon Units) (Scotland) Order 2016 [draft] be approved.
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Climate Change (Annual Targets) (Scotland) Order 2016 [draft] be approved.
That the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee recommends that the Public Appointments and Public Bodies etc. (Scotland) Act 2003 (Treatment of Crown Estate Scotland (Interim Management) as Specified Authority) Order 2016 [draft] be approved.
Mats Melin and
It has, of course, been a busy start to the year for the traditional arts sector with the hugely successful Celtic Connections Festival. With this in mind the Traditional Arts Working Group''s first meeting is scheduled to take place on 26 February.
In its 2008 Annual Report, FiSAB reported that Scotland''s financial services industry as a whole contributes around £7 billion to the Scottish Gross Domestic Product and 86,000 jobs in total. Employment in the Life and Pensions sector in 2006 accounted for 16% of financial services employment in Scotland with general insurance employing 7%.
It is for employers to decide how to make the most efficient use of their resources in providing care for disabled people, including deciding whether to use assistance dogs.
Main Job Function
Routine Care/Support Work (Other than Home Care, Care Home and AHP assistance)
Routine Care/Support Work (Care Home)
Other Class 2 Care Work
1. The staff included within this table encompass those who work within all categories of Adult services, including those specialising in mental health, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, substance misuse and sensory impairment.
2. Class 2 Care Work Staff are defined as Staff who provide direct personal physical, emotional, social or health care and support to service users and are accountable for dealing with routine aspects of a care plan or service. These staff usually have no supervisory responsibility.
3. Of the 53,776 staff reported in the 2006 Staff Of Scottish Local Authority Social Work Services publication, 34% were reported with no main user group identified. Of the 66% with a user group 7,449 were identified as being Class 2 workers working with the user group Adults.
4. The salary information provided is the full-time equivalent. For example, a person earning £6,000 per annum for half a week''s work would be reported as being in the salary range £10,000 “ £13,125 not <£10,000.
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