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  1. Statistics | 14 Oct 2020

    Scotland's marine economic statistics 2018

    Statistics on the economic contributions of Scotland’s marine sectors in 2018. Includes a time series of Gross Value Added (GVA), turnover and employment for industrial categories defined as part of the marine sector.

  2. Impact assessment | 12 Oct 2020

    EU single use plastics directive consultation: partial equality impact assessment

    This partial equality impact assessment (EQIA) considers potential equality impacts associated with a market restriction on those single-use plastic products included in Article 5 of the EU Directive on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment (2019/904).

  3. Impact assessment | 12 Oct 2020

    EU single use plastics directive consultation: islands communities screening assessment

    This document seeks to identify whether there are issues which merit further exploration through an Islands Communities Impact Assessment associated with a market restriction on those single-use plastic products included in Article 5 of the EU Directive on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment (2019/904).

  4. Consultation paper | 12 Oct 2020

    Single-use plastic items - market restrictions: consultation

    This consultation proposes the introduction of market restrictions – effectively a ban – on the single-use plastic items included in Article 5 of the EU Directive on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment (2019/904).

  5. Consultation paper | 12 Oct 2020

    Island communities impact assessments: guidance - consultation

    Our islands face particular challenges around distance, geography, connectivity and demography, so it is important that policy makers consider these properly. The consultation on the guidance will help ensure that islands receive fair treatment tailored to their unique circumstances.