The debrief: How a habitat restoration project is delivering environmental gains with a growing focus on carbon storage

A landscape-scale conservation project in Cambridgeshire that is seeking to connect two national nature reserves is evolving to reflect the importance of soil recovery and carbon sequestration for tackling climate change

by Michael Donnelly
Sun setting over marshland in the Great Fen
The Great Fen project is restoring wetland habitat to fields that were drained more than four centuries ago. Photograph: Martin Parsons

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