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Peatland folklore lent us will-o-the-wisps and jack-o-lanterns, and can inspire climate action today

By Derek Gladwin, Assistant Professor, Language & Literacy Education, and Sustainability Fellow, University of British Columbia
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Peatlands have been central to how northern European folklore has explored fear and a sense of the supernatural for hundreds of years. Their persistence is also key to slowing down climate change.


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