The socioeconomic and biodiversity impacts of driven grouse moors and the employment rights of gamekeepers - summary report

Steven Thomson, Rob McMorran, Scott Newey, Keith B. Matthews, Debbie A. Fielding, Dave Miller, Jayne Glass, Gianna Gandossi, Jenny McMillan, Mike Spencer

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Abstract

This report provides a summary of the findings from the distinct pieces of
research commissioned by the Scottish Government to Assess the Socioeconomic and Biodiversity Impacts of Driven Grouse Moors and to
Understand the Rights of Gamekeepers (CR/2019/01). This project was
led by Scotland’s Rural College and was undertaken by an
experienced team of interdisciplinary researchers from SRUC and the James
Hutton Institute.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Scottish Government
Commissioning bodyThe Scottish Government
Number of pages47
Volume(CR/2019/01)
ISBN (Electronic)9781800042124
Publication statusPrint publication - 4 Nov 2020

Keywords

  • grouse
  • driven grouse
  • Forestry
  • renewables
  • deer
  • gamekeeper
  • gamekeeping
  • game birds
  • socio-economic
  • rural
  • rural economy
  • rural communities
  • GIS
  • Biodiversity

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