Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkDec 10, 2019
According to more than 400 scientists, Brazil's natural forest, scrub, marsh and grassland is worth as much as $1.7 trillion annually. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Ellen Brown / TruthdigJul 24, 2019
Now that growing industrial hemp is legal nationwide, the miracle crop could solve many of our environmental, health and socioeconomic troubles in one fell swoop. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
DAVID KEYTON / The Associated PressApr 14, 2019
In the first live underwater speech from a submersible, the Seychelles president calls for protecting the "beating blue heart of our planet." Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkMar 3, 2019
Biodiversity is on the decline. That includes the natural ecosystems that directly and indirectly manage the catering for humanity’s dinner table. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
SETH BORENSTEIN / The Associated PressMar 23, 2018
Scientists meeting in Colombia report on how animals and plants are doing in four regions—the Americas, Europe and Central Asia, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Their conclusion: Not well. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkJan 31, 2018
Research indicates that if such a remedial action worked and then was stopped, global warming would resume at up to 10 times the speed. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Philip Marcelo / The Associated PressDec 26, 2017
Commercial fishers dread the possibility of navigating among marine turbines, as well as possible environmental effects and restrictions on their way of life. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkAug 26, 2016
Scientists find that impacts of population growth on the planet’s biodiversity aren’t generally as bad as has been feared -- but are intensifying rapidly in species-rich areas.Scientists find that impacts of population growth on the planet’s biodiversity aren’t generally as bad as has been feared—but are intensifying rapidly in species-rich areas. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Richard Sadler / Climate News NetworkAug 1, 2016
Degraded tropical forests throughout the world could be effectively restored by using a simple and inexpensive technique to speed up natural regeneration. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
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