Starling Bank

Starling Bank

As part of Starling Bank's sustainability journey, they are investing in eight projects that remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere or avoid further emissions, including supporting Forest Carbon's work with Borders Forest Trust in restoring peatlands at Gameshope Loch. 

From 2021 onwards, Starling will be offsetting carbon emissions from their supply chain and operations, and they have committed to a one third reduction of their carbon emissions by 2030.

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trees planted

expected tonnes CO2 capture

hectares of ecosystem restored


Starling Bank at Gameshope Loch

This project is part of a wider, multi-site project to tackle degraded peatlands across the Talla and Gameshope estate. This land is owned and managed by the Borders Forest Trust, who are committed to restoring it for nature, by planting trees and scrub, and also helping blanket bogs and mire habitats... Read more