Scottish Environment Minister Roseanna Cunningham has vowed that Scotland will continue to play its full part in contributing to EU-wide environmental policies. She made the commitment in a letter to environmental organisations ahead of a meeting on Thursday this week to discuss the implications of the EU referendum result. Cunningham said: “The EU referendum result has created considerable uncertainty – but what remains certain is the position of the Scottish Government. We resolutely believe that membership of the European Union delivers considerable social, economic, environmental and cultural benefits for individuals, businesses and communities across Scotland. Our priority is to protect Scotland’s interests.
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