Prof. Chris Collins on BBC Radio 4 ‘Farming Today’ discussing Britain’s biggest carbon store: peat.

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This week (starting 3rd Feb 2020) Farming Today is focussing on the importance of peat in preventing climate change and, more broadly, providing ecosystem ‘services’ and biodiversity hotspots.

You can listen to the interview with Chris (Soil Security Programme Coordinator) on BBC Sounds. The segment on peat starts at 7 mins 30 into the programme with Chris interviewed at around 8 mins 20 secs.

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