What is peat? Well, peat is a soggy, boggy soil that's common in upland areas of England.
But did you know that peatlands are our biggest store of carbon in the UK, a haven for many rare and endangered species, and help prevent flooding?
If we don’t care for them properly, the resulting carbon emissions could wipe out all the carbon savings made through new and existing forests. But, frustratingly, few of our peatlands are in good shape.
Here's everything you need to know about peatlands, why they’re so important, and what we're doing to make them healthy again.