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Bring back the bogs: Estonian volunteers get hands dirty in climate fight
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1 September 2020
On 1 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Deep in the Estonian woodlands, a group of volunteers is toiling to restore a bog that was drained last century for mining purposes, turning the area into a major source of greenhouse gas emissions no longer trapped in damp, heavy earth. In the European Union, restoring peatlands is one element of its planned trillion-euro fund to cut its net emissions to zero by 2050.
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And Scotland ... has committed to spend 250 million pounds over the next 20 years to restore its bogs.
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