Return of bogs in Britain?

Telegraph: Experts are calling for a third of the country's peatlands, covering a million hectares or almost 2.5 million acres, to be in good condition or under restoration schemes by 2020. A failure to preserve the UK's peat areas, which occur both in uplands and in low-lying wetlands, could see billions of tonnes of carbon they store being lost to the atmosphere, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) UK peatland programme's experts warned. Peatlands store twice as much carbon as......

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