REVIVE, the coalition for grouse moor reform, held a fringe event at the Scottish Labour conference in Glasgow yesterday.
The REVIVE coalition comprises five organisations (League Against Cruel Sports, OneKind, Common Weal, Friends of the Earth and Raptor Persecution UK), employing Max Wiszniewski as its Campaigns Manager.
Colin Smyth MSP, Scottish Labour’s Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy, Transport and Rural Affairs and a long-time supporter of REVIVE hosted the fringe event.
[Max Wiszniewski (Revive), Colin Smyth MSP, Robbie Marsland (League Against Cruel Sports) and Kirsty Jenkins (OneKind) at yesterday’s fringe event. Photos by Bob Elliot]
It’s good to be able to return to these in-person events post-Covid and have face-to-face conversations with policy makers, especially as the Scottish Government gears up to finally introducing a licensing scheme to regulate grouse moor management after decades of criminal and environmental abuse by the game-shooting industry.
2 thoughts on “REVIVE coalition for grouse moor reform at Scottish Labour conference”
Keep it up Revive.
Good to see Labour challenging these issues,
Sadly SNP are to scared to upset landowners to effect any real change….come on Greens squeeze them harder.
Good to see some positive action in Scotland unlike here in England.