Peatland Atlas 2023

Peatland Atlas 2023

Facts and figures about wet climate guardians

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Peatland Atlas 2023

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The Peatland Atlas 2023 highlights the consequences of the destruction of these unique habitats, but also the potential of wet peatlands for mitigating climate change.

What are mires and peatlands?

Peatlands and climate action

Peatlands explained: This is how mires protect our climate

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Peatlands in danger

Peatlands around the globe

How to protect peatlands?

All graphs from the Peatland Atlas 2023

Peatland Atlas 2023

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Pesticide Atlas 2022

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Meat Atlas 2021

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European Mobility Atlas 2021

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Insect Atlas 2020

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Insects are a fundamental part of the basis of life in our world. The extent of insect mortality in Germany, in Europe and worldwide is therefore dramatic. The Insect Atlas 2020 explains why the industrial agricultural industry in particular is threatening the habitats of insects so massively, what ways out are possible, and many other exciting aspects. It provides data and facts about beneficial and harmful insects in agriculture, formulates criticism of the overly hesitant policy to protect them.

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