Peatland GHG Project Blog


Starting in early 2023, our three-year Peatland Greenhouse Gas (GHG) project seeks to improve our knowledge around carbon storage and emissions from Falklands habitats, with the data helping to inform restoration opportunities and management decisions in the islands. A primary aim of the project is to assess the potential for carbon offsetting in the future.

The project is funded by the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), the Falkland Islands Government and the RSK Group and is working in collaboration with  SAERI, UK CEH and BAS.

‘Project sees flux towers installed’

8th February 2024 – Darnell Christie, Communications Officer 
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‘Public, meet our Peatland Project’

1st DECEMBER 2023 – Dr Ben Taylor, Project Lead
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