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For environment ministers in other countries, see Minister of the Environment. Scotland This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Scotland Government First Minister: Alex Salmond Deputy First Minister: Nicola Sturgeon Cabinet Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service Executive agencies Public bodies Political Parties Parliament Acts Statutory Instruments Presiding Officer: Tricia Marwick Scottish Parliament Building Members (MSPs): 1999, 2003, 2007 Constituencies and electoral regions Elections: 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 Legislative Consent Motion Scotland in the UK Her Majesty's Government Secretary of State: Michael Moore Under Secretary of State for Scotland: David Mundell Scotland Office Reserved matters Advocate General for Scotland: Jim Wallace Parliament of the United Kingdom Constituencies Grand Committee Select Committee Elections: 1997, 2001, 2005, 2010 Lists of Scottish MPs Scots law Supreme Courts Sheriff Courts Land Courts Justice of the Peace Courts Lord Lyon Court Scotland in the EU European Parliament European Parliament constituency Elections: 2004, 2009 Local government Subdivisions of Scotland Convention of Scottish Local Authorities Political make-up of local councils in Scotland Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit The Minister for Environment and Climate Change is a Junior ministerial post in the Scottish Government. As a result, the minister does not attend the Scottish Cabinet unless his / her Cabinet Secretary is absent. The post was created in May 2007 after the appointment of the Scottish National Party minority administration and the minister reports to the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, who has overall responsibility for the portfolio, and is a member of cabinet. The Minister for Environment and Climate Change takes the lead role in environment and natural heritage, crofting, forestry, aquaculture, land reform, access, water quality regulation, sustainable development and climate change.[1] Contents 1 History 2 List of office holders 2.1 Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Land Reform 2.2 Deputy Minister for Rural Development 2.3 Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development 2.4 Minister for Environment 2.5 Minister for Environment and Climate Change 3 See also 4 References 5 External links History In the first Dewar Government, the environment brief was the responsibility of the Minister for Transport and Environment and the Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Land Reform, changing to the Minister of the Environment, Sport and Culture and the Deputy Minister for Rural Development from 2000 to 2001. From 2001 and 2007, environment was combined with the rural affairs brief for the Minister for the Environment and Rural Development, with the associated deputy post of Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development. The Salmond government, elected following the Scottish Parliament election, 2007 created the junior post of the Minister for Environment who assists the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, in the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department. In 2010 Climate Change was added to the Environment portfolio becoming Minister for Environment and Climate Change. List of office holders The Minister for Environment and Climate Change is Stewart Stevenson MSP.[2] Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Land Reform Name Entered Office Left Office Party 1. John Home Robertson 19 May 1999 2 November 2000 Labour Deputy Minister for Rural Development 2. Rhona Brankin 2 November 2000 29 November 2001 Labour Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development 3. Allan Wilson 29 November 2001 1 October 2004 Labour 4. Lewis Macdonald 1 October 2004 27 June 2005 Labour 5. Rhona Brankin 27 June 2005 14 November 2006 Labour 6. Sarah Boyack 14 November 2006 17 May 2007 Labour Minister for Environment 7. Michael Russell 17 May 2007 12 February 2009 Scottish National Party 8. Roseanna Cunningham 12 February 2009 11 December 2010 Scottish National Party Minister for Environment and Climate Change 9. Roseanna Cunningham 11 December 2010 24 May 2011 Scottish National Party 10. Stewart Stevenson 25 May 2011 Incumbent Scottish National Party See also Scottish Parliament Question Time Scottish Government References ^ "Scottish Executive - Scottish Cabinet and Ministers". Scottish Executive. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Scottish-Cabinet. Retrieved 2007-07-25.  ^ "Salmond completes SNP majority government". BBC News. 20 May 2011. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-13468304. Retrieved 21 May 2011.  External links Scottish Ministers - the Scottish Cabinet Minister for Environment - Scottish Government v · d · e     Junior Ministers in the Scottish Government Shona Robison (Minister for Commonwealth Games and Sport) · Michael Matheson (Minister for Public Health) · Fergus Ewing (Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism) · Aileen Campbell (Minister for Local Government and Planning) · Roseanna Cunningham (Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs) · Stewart Stevenson (Minister for Environment and Climate Change) Alasdair Allan (Minister for Learning and Skills) · Angela Constance (Minister for Children and Young People) · Keith Brown (Minister for Housing and Transport) · Brian Adam (Minister for Parliamentary Business and Chief Whip) · This article related to the politics of Scotland is a stub. 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