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The Scottish Government has committed to ending Scotland's contribution to climate change through a combination of emissions reduction measures and carbon offset projects. As Scotland's largest land manager, we are in the privileged postion of being able to facilitate companies who wish to mitigate their carbon footprint.

Carbon Capture: Working with Forestry and Land Scotland (PDF 1.2MB)

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Our first partnership project, beginning in late 2019, will see the creation of around 420 hectares of additional native woodlands at Glen Garry, and the restoration of 880 hectares of peatland across Scotland. This work will create the capacity to lock up a minimum of 250,000 tonnes of carbon on Scotland's national forests and land and will make significant contributions to improving habitats and conserving biodiversity.

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Corporate partnerships will play an important part the future of Forestry and Land Scotland, bringing together the public and private sectors to help tackle the global climate emergency side by side. If your organisation is looking to develop its corporate social responsibility (CSR) contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Maybe you'd like to invest in new woodland creation or peatland restoration schemes? Maybe you'd like to volunteer with us? Or maybe you have an idea of your own? We're looking forward to hearing from any company who'd like to do their bit.

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