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The Conversation: Restoring UK Marshes and Peat Bogs will Slow Climate Change

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Malaria, which our ancestors called ague, was once endemic in Britain and Northern Europe. Our ancestors defeated Malaria over 100 years ago by draining dangerous marshes and swamps. But a new generation of climate warriors want to undo this historic effort to keep people safe from a deadly scourge.

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