Thursday, 05 March 2020Super UserAverage rating1675 Tropical Forests Are Losing Ability to Absorb Carbon /index.php/en/content_page/item/1675-tropical-forests-are-losing-ability-to-absorb-carbonClick to subscribe
Tropical Forests Are Losing Their Ability to Absorb Carbon, Study Finds Aerial view of treetops in the Amazon rainforest. Ricardo Lima / Moment / Getty Images By Jordan Davidson - 05. March 2020 The world's tropical forests are rapidly losing their ability to absorb carbon from the atmosphere, worrying scientists that a major carbon dump will transform them into a carbon source, according to rese ...
Friday, 13 September 2019Super UserAverage rating948 Carbon Dioxide and Climate /index.php/en/content_page/item/948-carbon-dioxide-and-climateClick to subscribe
Climate explained: why carbon dioxide has such outsized influence on Earth’s climate The Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite makes precise measurements of Earth’s carbon dioxide levels from space. ...
Thursday, 30 May 2019Super UserAverage rating1587 Beef Destroys Nature /index.php/en/content_page/item/1587-beef-destroys-natureClick to subscribe
How our addiction to big beef ended up ruining the planet Earth is heating up Beef produces more carbon than any other meat, yet we still can't get enough of the stuff. But can drastic changes in how ...
Saturday, 29 December 2018Super UserAverage rating1139 Buying the Change /index.php/en/content_page/item/1139-buying-the-changeClick to subscribe
Buying the Change You Want to Be The problem seems to be not just carbon use, but the attitude that both - Earth and consumers - are resources that can and should be exploited. Opt out of Buy, Buy, B ...
Thursday, 19 October 2017Super UserAverage rating1034 Can Nature Get Us 37 Percent Of The Paris Climate Target? /index.php/en/content_page/item/1034-can-nature-get-us-37-percent-of-the-paris-climate-targetClick to subscribe
How Nature Can Get Us 37 Percent Of The Way To The Paris Climate Target Natural lands are key to global ecology By Bronson Griscom - TNC - 19. October 2017 Forests, farms, and fields can absorb massi ...
Friday, 25 August 2017Super UserAverage rating152 133bn tonnes of carbon lost since the dawn of agriculture /index.php/en/content_page/item/152-133bn-tonnes-of-carbon-lost-since-the-dawn-of-agricultureClick to subscribe
World’s soils have lost 133bn tonnes of carbon since the dawn of agriculture By Daisy Dunne (*) - 25.08.2017 The world’s soils have lost a total of 133bn tonnes of carbon since humans first started f ...
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