Meet peat, the unsung hero of carbon capture

Read the full story in the New York Times.

Trapped in ground so wet that it could not decompose, the dead moss instead piled up, each layer pressing those beneath into a thick, muddy mass called peat.

For centuries, humans have wandered onto those soggy stretches of moss and asked the same question: What is a peatland good for?

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