British Wildlife 19.1 October 2007

Letting our carbon go free. The sustainable management of carbon and blanket peat in the English uplands

Blanket peat is a rare and fragile substrate that forms only under specific and uncommon environmental conditions. With 2.2 million ha (Natural England 2006a), the UK supports about 20% of the global blanket-peat resource (Lindsay et al. 1998).

Dinas Island Farm, Pembrokeshire – A Golden Future? Identification: Longhorn beetles: Part 2
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