Identifying core biophysical criteria and indicators for peatland monitoring and research

Presented by Mark Reed, a professor of socio-technical innovation at New Castle University, UK, at "Online Webinar 2: Biophysical Attributes and Peatland Fires", on 14 October 2020 This session highlighted the importance of high-quality evidence for peatland restoration policy recommendations. This session also emphasized the importance of global collaboration to collect good quality evidence based on research by using a common and standardized method.
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Ministry of Environment and Forestry Republic of Indonesia CIFOR UN Environment FAO