CO2 emission lower from peatland, study says

Toronto Star: The carbon dioxide (CO2) emission from oil palm plantations on tropical peatland is lower than that of the forest, a study has shown. Dr Lulie Melling, director of the Tropical Peat Research Laboratory Unit in Sarawak Chief Minister's Department, said preliminary findings also revealed that the CO2 emission from plantations on tropical peatland decreased over time. She said these breakthrough scientific findings would be useful to counter accusations from western ......

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