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SmartBog_IRL Jul 10
While we were out in Clara bog we noticed quite a few Round-leaved Sundews (Drosera Rotundifolia) in 's collars. These carnivorous plants are just part of the vibrant and diverse community that exist in our peatlands. 📸
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Abbeyleix Bog Jul 12
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Heather Bothwell Jul 11
Old bogs with bog holes is hard on my knees but rich in flowers and insects
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Flo Renou-Wilson 23h
Great to see mentioned on this great platform by who is a busy-bee working on the impact of draining bogs on water quality and
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Abbeyleix Bog Jul 12
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Community Wetlands Forum Jul 12
International is coming up on 26 July 2020 and we will be giving a shoutout to all the community members involved in conservation of in Ireland
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Lukas VF Novak Jul 11
Saving the peatlands: Water loss in northern peatlands can accelerate , scientists say The drying of in Canada heightens the risk of and can turn into a carbon source instead of a carbon sink.
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Wetlands Convention Jul 8
Agusan Marsh contains Philippines' most vital natural resource to combat : . The Department of Environment has forged its first partnership with private companies to protect, conserve & restore these valuable
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Taylor Vodopija Jul 6
We are back in business! The business of finding out how to best restore these seimic lines. The University of Waterloo has approved and I for fieldwork
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Dr Amey S. Tilak Jul 6
[Survey] gathering insights from farmers on the role that play in addressing climate change & income sources of income from rewetted peatlands....; ;; ; Link
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Beadamoss Jul 6
A spectacular photo of Sphagnum moss growing in our greenhouse for this ! đź’š What's your favourite photo?
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GreifswaldMireCentre Jul 9
Great to see this grassroot initiative growing and pushing our views on and forward!
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COSIA 15h
Peatlands are found throughout the oil sands region of northern AB. By protecting and restoring , we can help reduce GHG . Watch this episode of Spotlight to hear Dr. Xu of talk about his work in peatland restoration:
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Meg S. 15h
Shoutout to the by in the first sentence of this great by
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BES Peatlands Research 🌱 Jul 10
Amazing opportunity to get funding! If you want to do a join application with other peat researchers, email us and we will get you in touch with other members!
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Martha Rojas Urrego Jul 8
Congratulations to the Ministry of Environment of for its first ever public-private partnership for the conservation & restoration of its & critical to adapt & mitigate
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Cat Pschenyckyj Jul 9
have a relationship with global because they have the ability to sink and store so much !
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WCS Canada Jul 10
Our () has been featured in this fantastic, important piece in the Narwhal - just the first of a series of articles about nature-based climate solutions.
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InfoCongo Jul 6
Located in the heart of the , the peat – boggy, of the little-known Cuvette Centrale  stores an estimated 30.6 petagrams of carbon (roughly equivalent to 20 years of the U.S. carbon emissions).
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GreifswaldMireCentre 15h
We are happy to be involved in the Life project to jointly work with partners on measures for ! Read more about what we are doing👇
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