Aviva and WWF to gauge carbon storage potential of UK saltmarshes

Stuart Stone
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Credit: Aviva

New research project on the role of saltmarsh habitats in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere launched today

Aviva and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have today launched a new research project to assess the potential of UK saltmarshes to function as natural carbon sinks. Native to the British Isles,...

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