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What's green, soggy and fights climate change?
by Henry Fountain

The New York Times    Translate This Article
9 October 2020

On 9 October 2020 The New York Times reported: You might be surprised: Protecting peat bogs could help the world avert the worst effects of global warming, a new study has found. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

Peatlands exist around the world, in tropical as well as colder regions. They make up only about 3 percent of global land area, but their deep layers of peat are practically treasure chests of carbon, overall containing roughly twice as much as the world's forests.

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