Global Peat Press Project (GP3) Campaign kick off
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Global Peat Press Project (GP3) Campaign kick off

Global Peat Press Project (GP3) Campaign kick off

A coordinated media campaign from Eurosite member North Pennines AONB Partnership to promote the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030) and toward the UNFCCC COP 26 through the work of organisations throughout Europe and beyond, the Global Peat Press Project (GP3) campaign brings together international partners to highlight the importance of peatlands as vulnerable but valuable ecosystems.

The aim of the campaign is to demonstrate the role that peatlands play in the fight against climate change, the importance to restore degraded peatlands into healthy ecosystems, and give site managers restoring peatlands the opportunity to showcase their work and demonstrate their success so that others can learn from it and be inspired to do more.

The campaign kicked off following the launch of the UN Decade on June 8th – starting in the United Kingdom and run until the UNFCCC COP26 in November 2021.

Read the first press release entitled “Peatland partners across the planet give a global welcome to the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration” here : https://www.northpennines.org.uk/peatland-welcome-for-decade-of-ecosystem-restoration/ and follow @Eurosite, @NorthPennAONB and @DiannaKopansky on Twitter !

For more information please visit: https://www.eurosite.org/events/global-peat-press-project/

If you are interested in being a part of GP3 please contact Paul Leadbitter at North Pennines AONB Partnership) , Jelke Brandehof at Eurosite, or Dianna Kopansky at UNEP-GPI.

*Picture by North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership  – Resized Tynehead fell stone dams and bags of brash restoration cumbria LIFE UAV November 2018

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