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Clifton Bain, Director of IUCN Peatland Programme

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Seminar
28 February 2012, 11am
at The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen
for scientists, students and other interested parties
Image of the 2012 seminar series logo

Clifton Bain, Director of IUCN Peatland Programme will deliver this seminar entitled "A damaged bog is more than a little inconvenient".

The IUCN UK Peatland Programme exists to promote peatland restoration in the UK and advocates the multiple benefits of peatlands through partnerships, strong science, sound policy and effective practice. The work of the programme is overseen by a coalition of environmental bodies including the John Muir Trust, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB, North Pennines AONB Partnership, Moors for the Future and the University of East London.

This seminar will take place at The James Hutton Institute Aberdeen and will be broadcast live to the Dundee site.
 

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