International Conventions and their implications on peat and peatland management
International Conventions are some of today's most important decision-making bodies for peat and peatland management. They deal with biodiversity, climate and ecosystem services, as well as health, water and agriculture issues on a global level and thereby influence also national and local peatland legislation and guidelines. Often it is difficult to understand their background and relationships with each other.
To better explain these mechanisms, the International Peat Society has collected basic information on the most important Conventions in a 54-page booklet, trying to describe how they work and why it is important to be involved.
Jack Rieley and Sandra Lubinaite
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