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Food companies look to lock carbon in soil to meet emissions goals
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Food companies look to lock carbon in soil to meet emissions goals

Regenerative agriculture practices can sequester carbon in soil, but for companies with complex supply chains, the logistics of moving to such practices can be complicated.

The long-term effects of Covid-19 on field science
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The long-term effects of Covid-19 on field science

As scientists wait, worry, and hunker down, they’re also looking ahead to how their projects will need to adapt.
Mexico is illegally destroying mangroves to build Lopez Obrador's oil refinery

Mexico is illegally destroying mangroves to build Lopez Obrador's oil refinery

Satellite images show mangrove forests cleared presumably to accommodate president Lopez Obrador's flagship $8 billion oil project.
World’s biggest meatpackers buying cattle from deforesters in Amazon
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World’s biggest meatpackers buying cattle from deforesters in Amazon

JBS, Marfrig and Frigol, among the world's biggest meat producers, have been buying cattle from ranches associated with illegal deforestation and slave labor, an investigation by Repórter Brasil has found.

How artificial intelligence can tackle climate change

How artificial intelligence can tackle climate change

The biggest challenge on the planet might benefit from machine learning to help with solutions. Here are a just a few.
Study finds widespread degradation, deforestation in African woodlands
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Study finds widespread degradation, deforestation in African woodlands

Deforestation rates in southern Africa's woodlands are five times higher than prior estimates, according to recent research.

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Study finds widespread degradation, deforestation in African woodlands

Study finds widespread degradation, deforestation in African woodlands

New research has found that deforestation rates between 2007 and 2010 in the woodlands of southern Africa were five times greater than previously thought.

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