Socio-economic impacts of moorland activities in Scotland: Part 1 of Research to assess socioeconomic and biodiversity impacts of driven grouse moors and to understand the rights of gamekeepers

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Abstract

This report - Part 1: Socio-economic impacts of moorland activities in Scotland is part of a larger, multipart study commissioned by the Scottish Government to Assess Socioeconomic and Biodiversity Impacts of Driven Grouse Moors and to understand the Rights of Gamekeepers. 3. The key objectives which Part 1 of this Phase 2 research aimed to address were to: i) Examine the extent and impact of economic connections between grouse shooting estates and surrounding
businesses and communities; and ii) Evaluate the socioeconomic impacts of alternative land uses for moorland and how they compare against land used for grouse shooting.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSEFARI
Number of pages104
Publication statusFirst published - Oct 2020

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