DTI | Widespread damage to Southeast Asia’s peatlands confirmed in satellite study

DTI | Widespread damage to Southeast Asia’s peatlands confirmed in satellite study

Ninety per cent of the peatlands examined are sinking – on average by 2.24cm a year and up to 5cm in some areas. It means these carbon-rich areas are drying fast, increasing the risk of dangerous fires sweeping through them.

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