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Carbon Credits: Irish Farmers Being Paid to Destroy Their Fields


Guest essay by Eric Worrall Centuries of efforts to drain swamps to extend arable land in Ireland are being reversed, in an effort to trap more carbon. Cuilcagh Mountain: Coconut logs form dams to fight climate change By Conor MacauleyBBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent On a County Fermanagh mountain, a helicopter has flown in…

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