Irish Peatland Conservation Council policy statement & action plan, 1992-1997
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Irish Peatland Conservation Council policy statement & action plan, 1992-1997 by Irish Peatland Conservation Council.

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Published by Irish Peatland Conservation Council in Dublin .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Peat bogs -- Ireland.,
  • Bog ecology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliog.

StatementIrish Peatland Conservation Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination(3), 100p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16689355M
ISBN 101874189048
OCLC/WorldCa27220837

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Peatlands Council - Press Release [31kb] Peatlands Council - Terms of Reference [40kb] The Council is independently Chaired by Mr. Seamus Boland, Chief Executive of Irish Rural Link and Chair of the social inclusion agency Pobal. Mr. Boland succeeded Mr. Conor Skehan as chair of the Peatlands Council on 5 November T he Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is best known for the Save the Bogs Campaign in Ireland. IPCC is an independent conservation organisation: taking action for bogs and wildlife is what we do and we have had some major success stories over the past 30 years. Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Dublin submission for the European Commission. Foss, P.J. & O'Connell, C.A. () The Irish Peatland Conservation Council Action Plan Irish Environment News. 1 (1): Policy Statement and Action Plan opens his account of bogs in the northern United States with the statement "In this book I have. (Irish Peatland Conservation Council. The IPCC Action Plan Dublin, IPCC.

Global Action Plan for the Wise Use and Management of Peatlands endorsed by Ramsar Recommendation In line with Recommendation , the guidelines have been further developed through the work of the Convention’s International Organization Partners, international peatland conservation organizations, notably the International Peat Society. Afforested Peatland ,ha 3 Farmed Peatland (grassland) ,ha 4 Industrial cutaway peatlaha 5 Rehabilitated cutaway 6 1 Malone, S, and O’Connell, C. Ireland’s Peatland Conservation Action Plan – Halting the Loss of Biodiversity. Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Lullymore. Irish Peatland Conservation Council. MI believes the terms of reference, and the National Peatlands Strategy, should make reference to the recreation value of peatlands. Mountain blanket bog hosts a variety of low- fitting cover image for Ireland’s current iodiversity action plan. The . The Wise Use book defines a responsible decision as: “Any decision consider its effects on other individuals and entities. Decisions at one level should reflect the interests of other levels 3 ”. A responsible approach to managing a peatland is one which acknowledges the effect on other people and ecosystem services, and.

Dr Catherine O’Connell of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council echoed these findings, telling the committee that the current conservation scheme is “not working”. She said that this is reflected in the fact that just 23 per cent – , hectares (ha) – of the original area of peatlands in Ireland is in good enough condition as to. Peatlands are a type of wetlands which are among the most valuable ecosystems on Earth: they are critical for preserving global biodiversity, provide safe drinking water, minimise flood risk and help address climate change. Peatlands are the largest natural terrestrial carbon store; the area covered by near natural peatland worldwide (>3 million km 2) sequesters gigatonnes of carbon. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is best known for the Save the Bogs Campaign in Ireland. IPCC is an independent conservation organisation: taking action for bogs and wildlife is what we do and we have had some major success stories over the past 30 years. A page submission to the European Commission by the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) argues that large tracts of midlands and western bogs should be declared Special Areas of.