Thursday, March 4, 2021
Written by: Coline Jaworski, Benoît Geslin, and Catherine Fernandez Coffee, apples, honey – were it not for the precious work of pollinators, countless things that we eat and drink would...
Written by: Kimberly White NASA has created a new role to achieve the agency’s climate science objectives set out by the current U.S. Administration. The space agency has established the role of senior climate...
Written by: Kimberly White  Mexico City has been recognized for its work to combat the climate crisis. WWF has announced that Mexico City is the Global Winner of its 2020 One...
Written by: Alex Kirby For many football fans − British ones, at least − no match day is complete without its traditional fuel: a (meat) pie and a pint (of beer, naturally). Good luck,...
Written by: Greg McDermid, Joule A Bergerson, and Sheri Madigan Hidden among all of the troubling environmental headlines from 2019 — and let’s face it, there were plenty — was one...
Written by: Ian Boyd Around 20% of the UK’s farms account for 80% of the country’s total food production, and they do this on about half of all the...
Written by: Charlie Gardner, Jake Bicknell, Matthew Struebig, and Zoe Davies It’s tempting to think that our forests would be fine if we could simply stop trees being felled or...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins Indigenous federations and the Peruvian government are confronting obstacles caused by conflicts over land-tenure rights to implement effective climate mitigation programs, raising hopes that...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins Tackling climate change requires large-scale financial investments into adaptation and mitigation activities. Known as “climate finance” under the U.N. Framework...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins Projecting how the planet will react to environmental change as the atmosphere warms is no straightforward matter. In a new study,...

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