Scarred landscape

Peatland rainforests are typically low swampy areas that are seasonally flooded. These rainforests are like no others in the world. Part of their uniqueness lies in their large capacity for storing carbon dioxide which is released back into the atmosphere when they are logged and burned, making Indonesia the 3rd largest Co2 emitter in the world.

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Peatland rainforests are typically low swampy areas that are seasonally flooded. These rainforests are like no others in the world. Part of their uniqueness lies in their large capacity for storing carbon dioxide which is released back into the atmosphere when they are logged and burned, making Indonesia the 3rd largest Co2 emitter in the world.
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