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Carbon Credits: Irish Farmers Being Paid to Destroy Their Fields

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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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