HolyroodNews: MSPs take evidence on Draft Climate Change Adaptation Programme

The Scottish Parliament
The Scottish Parliament

MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Climate Change Committee will take evidence on the Scottish Government’s draft Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme at 9.30am on Wednesday, 30 October, from:

Jim Densham, Senior Land Use Policy Officer (Climate), Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland

Lyn Matheson, Agricultural Development Manager, Soil Association Scotland

Jo O’Hara, Deputy Director, Forestry Commission Scotland

Andrew Bauer, Deputy Director of Policy, National Farmers Union Scotland

Terry Levinthal, Director of Conservation Services and Projects, National Trust Scotland

Professor Des Thompson, Principal Adviser (Biodiversity), Scottish Natural Heritage

Professor David Paterson, MASTS Executive Director, Scottish Oceans Institute, University of St Andrews

Paula Charleson, Head of Environmental Strategy, Scottish Environment Protection Agency

David Goodhew, Director of Response and Resilience, Scottish Fire and Rescue

Dr Andrew Dlugolecki, Visiting Research Fellow, Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia

Anna Beswick, Project Manager, Climate Ready Clyde

Chris Wood-Gee, Sustainable Development Team Leader, Sustainable Scotland Network

Stephen Thomson, Head of Environmental and Sustainability Branch, Transport Scotland

Gavin Hewitt, Chief Executive, Scotch Whisky Association, and:

Gordon McGregor, Environment Director, Scottish Power and Sub Group Chair, 2020 Climate Group.

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