Wildfire that burnt on peatland for 6 days could have released the equivalent of 1.7 % of Scotlands annual greenhouse gas emissions

November 18, 2019

A single wildfire on an internationally important peatland in northern Scotland, that burnt for six days, could have released an amount of carbon into the atmosphere equivalent to six days’ worth of Scotland’s total greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report for WWF-UK.

Find out more in the WWF press release, or read the full report ...


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