Investing in Peatlands: Partnership for a New Peatland Era

10.09.13 - 12.09.13

The fourth in the series of conferences, this year’s theme is ‘Investing in peatlands  – partnership for a new peatland era’ and will explore how the conservation, government and business sectors come together to meet the challenge of restoring a million hectares of peatlands through partnership approaches. The conference will highlight examples of good practice, identify barriers that still need to be broken down and highlight opportunities for taking forward partnership action both in the UK and internationally. The conference will take place in York University, UK.

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