The CongoPeat network is sad to learn of the death of Professor Jean-Marie Moutsamboté on the 3rd of September, 2022. Professor Moutsamboté was the Republic of the Congo’s most highly regarded botanist, and one of the few people to study the plants of the Cuvette Centrale peatlands.
Students from Université Marien Ngouabi and University of St Andrews in the field with Dr Greta Dargie.
Catch up online on our our COP26 event Protecting the Congo peatlands for climate mitigation & adaptation. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWM37eVjKMM
Download the CongoPeat Newsletter Issue 06 – November 2021.
Just released: video preview for our COP26 event Climb onboard with the CongoPeat expedition teams to see the unique value of the peatlands in the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Link to video: https://youtu.be/44mtN3IJ46U For more information, join our COP26 event and drinks reception. Read the COP26 briefing from …
A COP26 briefing from the CongoPeat international team of scientists.
At Peat-Fest on 29 May 2021, CongoPeat Early Career Researchers gave a video introduction to CongoPeat, the central Congo Basin peatlands and the ECRs behind the science.
The College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, wishes to recruit either a Postdoctoral Research Associate or Fellow to participate in the CongoPeat project, led by the University of Leeds and involving a number of leading experts from the UK, Republic of Congo and Democratic Republic of Congo. CongoPeat is supported by a …
Download the CongoPeat Newsletter Issue 05 – March 2021.
Download the CongoPeat Newsletter Issue 04 – September 2020.