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Marcela Santaella: Climate change causes a run on banks for crop genes

While the impacts of climate change are putting pressure on agriculture, they are also making the conservation of the world’s most important crops more challenging.

Musimbi Kanyoro, Beth Roberts: To arrest the climate crisis, we need a democratic overhaul
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Musimbi Kanyoro, Beth Roberts: To arrest the climate crisis, we need a democratic overhaul

We cannot address climate change and feed a growing global population without sustainable practices in forestry and soil management.

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Chad Papa and Lauren Cooper: How cities can lead the fight against climate change using urban forestry and trees
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Chad Papa and Lauren Cooper: How cities can lead the fight against climate change using urban forestry and trees

We have an opportunity to boost understanding of climate mitigation and adaptation with tools and training so urban planners, foresters, officials, council members, and others are able to value and communicate climate mitigation benefits of forests.

Two studies provide dueling looks at where trees should go
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Two studies provide dueling looks at where trees should go

A study published today in Science finds the planet contains a U.S.-sized area of unforested land environmentally capable of growing trees without displacing farmland or cities.

Carbon to burn: UK net-zero emissions pledge undermined by biomass energy
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Carbon to burn: UK net-zero emissions pledge undermined by biomass energy

The UK and EU say they plan to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, even as both pursue plans to burn massive amounts of carbon-producing wood pellets.
Chinese banks risk supporting soy-related deforestation, report finds
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Chinese banks risk supporting soy-related deforestation, report finds

China imports more than 60 percent of the world's soy, meaning that the country could play a major role in halting deforestation and slowing climate change if companies and banks focus on stopping deforestation to grow the crop.

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