Scottish drought plan branded ‘reactionary’

Scotland’s draft water scarcity plan does not address environmental impacts or take advantage of ecosystem services, according to NGOs, and business says it is too expensive and reactionary

by Rachel Salvidge
Loch Thom reservoir near Greenock in Inverclyde (photograph: Kevin Eaves/123RF)
Loch Thom reservoir near Greenock in Inverclyde (photograph: Kevin Eaves/123RF)

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