Shell and Forestry and Land Scotland Partnership (Carbon Credits)

Part of the debate – in the Scottish Parliament at on 6 November 2019.

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The five-year work programme that has been developed by Forestry and Land Scotland will enable Shell to claim up to 250,000 carbon units over the next 100 years through the creation of new woodlands and the restoration of degraded peatlands in and on Scotland’s national forests and land. All carbon units will be validated and verified under the woodland carbon code and the peatland code, as appropriate.