Scotland’s Environment and Rural Services
Scotland’s Environmental and Rural Services (SEARS) is a partnership between eight public bodies aiming to improve the experience among land managers by working together to provide an efficient and effective service.
Simon Thorp outlines the enormous value of Scotland’s peatlands in tackling climate change.
This short film from ConFor shows how forestry and the wood-using industry is making a positive contribution to the UK’s carbon commitments, helping the rural economy and bring environmental and social benefits to the countryside.
The sector is doing this through the sustainable production of wood to help contribute climate change through a viable business model that supports continued investment in the UK’s forests.