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Climate change affects nutrient cycles in Alpine ecosystems

Climate change affects nutrient cycles in Alpine ecosystems

A recent study reveals that climate change is severely disrupting nutrient retention in alpine ecosystems, particularly impacting the nitrogen cycle vital for plant and soil health.

Moriah McDonald reports for Inside Climate News.

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US 'climate-smart' agriculture funding often misses its target

US 'climate-smart' agriculture funding often misses its target

A new report criticizes more than half of U.S. federal "climate-smart" agriculture funding for not effectively reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Aliya Uteuova reports for The Guardian.

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Global warming is disrupting an Antarctic current system that life on Earth relies on

The most terrifying thing about the abyssal ocean may be the fact that normal life on Earth is dependent on the way water moves through it. If that circulation changes, the repercussions could be devastating for all life on Earth.

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Can the age-old use of biochar help solve modern pollution problems?

Biochar, created from an ancient practice that turns organic waste into a charcoal-like substance, is getting a closer look for its potential to help address modern-day problems such as climate change and nutrient-laden runoff.

Soil health is human health

Soil health is human health

The two soil-health pioneers discuss the nutrient benefits of regenerative practices, and how they may also be a solution to drought in the West.
Wildfires threaten urban water supplies, long after the flames are out
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Wildfires threaten urban water supplies, long after the flames are out

After a forest burns, the resulting erosion can contaminate drinking water supplies for up to a decade.
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Protein-filled, with a low carbon footprint, insects creep up on the human diet

Entrepreneurs are increasingly turning to insects as a food rich in essential nutrients, that can be reared at scale with minimal environmental impact.

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