Restoring degraded peatland may be a relatively inexpensive way of tackling climate change

Roger Harrabin, BBC Environment analyst
July 22, 2019

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) estimates that restoring damaged peatlands in the UK could cost between £8-22 billion over the next 100 years. However, this could lead to savings of £109 billion in terms of the benefits of reduced CO2 emissions. Find out more on the BBC news website ...

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