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Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

That question was in two parts. The first was to do with the overall issue of local authority funding. As I am sure the member will expect me to say, that is part...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (Roseanna Cunningham)

Fly tipping is criminal, dangerous and unnecessary. Valuable resources that could be recycled are wasted, and local authorities and landowners bear the cost of clear-up.

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

I am assured that SEPA and, in fact, the Health and Safety Executive are monitoring developments very closely during the plant restart.

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

I need to repeat what I said in my initial response: SEPA is an independent environmental regulator.

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

I am always prepared to consider what might be helpful interventions. I should, of course, point out that Mossmorran is a cross-portfolio issue, so any consideration would have to be given o...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (Roseanna Cunningham)

I receive regular updates on developments at Mossmorran and officials are in very regular contact with the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and others that have statutory responsibilit...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

It might have been advisable for Finlay Carson to put the word “allegedly” before the word “commence” because, at the moment, there is no certainty about when tha...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

I welcome all steps that are being taken by big stores, particularly the giant supermarkets, because they could make a big impact in this area. We are engaging with the grocery supply chain,...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (Roseanna Cunningham)

For Scotland to become a net zero society will require long-term and sustainable changes to consumer and producer behaviour. We have engaged with food and drink m...

Meeting of the Parliament 05 February 2020 [Draft] : 05 February 2020 View PDF version
Roseanna Cunningham

The Scottish Government continues to be as ambitious as it possibly can be in respect of a range of issues in the climate change portfolio, as the member knows pa...

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