Mr Mark Ruskell

Green MSP ar gyfer Mid Scotland and Fife


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Green MSP ar gyfer Mid Scotland and Fife

Aeth i mewn i'r Senedd yr Alban ar 1 Mai 2003 — Etholiad

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  • Senedd yr Alban: Circular Economy (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 25 Jun 2024

    In principle, I support Maurice Golden’s amendment 64. I recognise, as I am sure he does, that the review of Scotland’s incineration capacity, which was commissioned by my colleague Lorna Slater, has been enormously helpful. Prior to that, the Government had no understanding of what level of incineration was needed in Scotland, which effectively resulted in a free-for-all in the planning...
  • Senedd yr Alban: Circular Economy (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 25 Jun 2024

    I thank Monica Lennon for continuing to press and campaign on this issue. It is clear that we need good reuse schemes operating for lots of types of items in our economy, and nappies are a good example. I would add bikes, too. There are great initiatives involving bike libraries being set up, through which local authorities are working with social enterprises in a similar way. There are loads...
  • Senedd yr Alban: Circular Economy (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 25 Jun 2024

    That would be a real shame, but all that good practice is difficult to sum up and lump into the bill. I think that the most appropriate way forward is the way that Ms Lennon has secured by working with the minister, which is to get the James Hutton Institute to do an extensive piece of work on the matter and to look at how to embed the good practice. Whether we are talking about nappies,...

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