Having exhausted most of Western Europe’s peat bogs, the horticulture and energy industries are turning their eyes to the peatlands of Central and Eastern Europe, home to some of the continent’s rarest wildlife by Sarah Roe BRATISLAVA, Slovakia–In the shadow of the Tatra Mountains where Slovakia meets Poland, a much-coveted resource lies undisturbed–but perhaps not […]

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