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Peatland Action: Learning from Success - Annual IUCN Conference October 2014

Our annual 'Investing in Peatlands' conference will be held in Inverness, Eden Court Theatre from 20-22 October 2014. Registration opens Monday July 21st 2014 - find out more!

Sphagnum moss

The natural building blocks of healthy peat bogs

Peatland Gateway Case Studies

Find out more about peatland restoration initiatives from across the globe or add your own project.

Emperor Moth Larva

Just one example of the diverse biodiversity living on peat habitats

Peak District

The summit of Shining Tor in the Peak District, Cheshire

Cladonia Portenosa

From Langlands Moss Local Nature Reserve, East Kilbride, Scotland.

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Flow Country

RPSB's Forsinard Flows Reserve is probably the largest area of Atlantic Blanket Bog in the world. This 4000,000ha blanket bog is one of the UK's showcase peatlands of international importance.

About Us

The IUCN UK Peatland Programme exists to promote peatland restoration in the UK and advocates the multiple benefits of peatlands through partnerships, strong science, sound policy and effective practice. The work of the Peatland Programme is overseen by a coalition of environmental bodies including the John Muir Trust, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB, North Pennines AONB Partnership, Moors for the Future and the University of East London.

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News & Event

22/08/14
Valuing Peatlands Research Published

The Valuing Nature Network's Valuing Peatlands project has published an ESCOM blog on valuing peatland ecosystem services for sustainable management, which links to a special section of five articles and an editorial in the journal, Ecosystem Services

 

21/07/14
IUCN Annual Conference 2014 - Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for our annual conference Peatland Action: Learning from Success to be held Monday October 20th - Wednesday October 22nd 2014 at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness, Scotland.

 

11/07/14
Inaugural Lecture by Mark Reed (IUCN Research Manager)

In this talk Prof Mark Reed, who is also the IUCN UK Peatland Programme's Research Manager, challenges us to look differently at Britain's most overlooked landscape.

 

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