Turfvrije Tuinbouw in Nederland / Peat-Free Horticulture in the Netherlands

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Obe Kuipers
1 year ago
Yes , I sign.

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Michael van Beinum
1 year ago
Climate disruption is a huge threat to all on our planet, and the CO2 released by peat exposed to air is a significant contributor to rising CO2 levels. It is vital that we both leave peat in the ground and restore peatlands so that we stop this release of CO2. In addition, peatlands are an important landscape rich in rare species that are at risk of extinction

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Jane Mullaney
1 year ago
Destruction of peatland reduces our biodiversity

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Marloes Voogd
1 year ago
It is important peat land stays intact.

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christa de leeuw van weenen
1 year ago
De kwaliteit van onze grond (aarde) is in slechte staat - denk aan de toekomst en laat visie zien - de landbouw heeft dringend een ommekeer nodig, weg van de uitbuiting en op naar behoud en regeneratie, zodat herstel mogelijk is, ook onder de grond het herstel van mycelium

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deborah curtis
2 years ago
A little understood but hugely urgent campaign. Save the wetlands - stop environmental devastation.

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Alison Curtis
2 years ago
Re-Peat have taught me the value of looking after peat for the health of the earth.

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Frankie Turk
2 years ago
Peatlands are simultaneously one of the most vital ecosystems on Earth and the least appreciated.

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mark copsey
2 years ago
It's important