Raised bogs hold eight times more carbon than equivalent area of rainforest, reports Natural England

Natural England has published a report detailing the impact that different UK habitats can have in absorbing carbon, whilst delivering for both biodiversity and conservation.

by Dan Symonds
Peatlands are the England's largest carbon stores and can continue absorbing carbon indefinitely - credit: Pixabay
Peatlands are the England's largest carbon stores and can continue absorbing carbon indefinitely - credit: Pixabay

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