8% of the population but 46% of the trees

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From NFI woodland ecological condition in Great Britain: Classification Results in February 2020, we can see one more indicator of Scotland’s healthy economy which, together with others below, mean so much more than the macro-economic theory base don GDP of Prof Ronald McDonald.

So 8% of the population, 46% of the trees

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Some earlier examples to boos the morale:

Return of the Meme! 8% of the population but 100% of the aluminium smelters

8% of the population but 62% of the fish landings: How will we survive?

Scotland: 8% of the population but more than 13% of the exports and soaring!

8% of the population but 20% of the electricity production: How Scotland subsidises Britain’s green power ‘achievement’

Not Reporting Scotland: 8% of the population but 85% of independent renewables projects are in Scotland

Why Scotland has 8% of the population but 0% of the UK’s worst places for child poverty 

8% of the people 20% of the space sector jobs

8% of the population and 34% of the natural resources

8% of the population but 28.5% of the wind-powered electricity

Return of the meme! 8% of the population but 38% of the food and drink exports. How would Scotland survive?

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