The UK Green Investment Bank was launched in November 2012 with £3.8 billion of funding from the UK Government and a mission to accelerate the UK's transition to a greener economy, make a profit and create an institution that will operate independently of the government. The bank is now private sector owned and is the Green Investment Group.
To date the company has purchased Woodland Carbon Code credits arising from the woodlands listed below.
This is the second phase of the Parkhead Community Woodland, situated on the edge of West Calder, close to residences and businesses, and linking it with Polbeth.
The principle objective of the scheme is to deliver the Central Scotland Green Network Strategy of increasing woodland cover within the...
The principle objective of the scheme is to deliver the Central Scotland Forest Trust (CSFT) strategy of increasing woodland cover within the Central Scotland belt. Additional objectives are mitigation against climate change, biodiversity enhancement, landscape improvements, and facilitating an educational...
This is a mixed broadleaf and coniferous productive woodland, with a long term intention to retain the broadleaf element as a non-intervention woodland, located in Clackmannanshire.
The planned rotation length for the conifers is 45 years, after which the site will be restocked. Carbon that...