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Siberia has just experienced it's hottest day on record, a scary reminder of the current climate crisis we are living in, thanks to global warming and carbon emissions.
Inspired by a Japanese botanist, these fast-growing, mixed-species plantations can absorb more carbon than conifer forests.
Rising temperatures can limit photosynthesis, stunting growth in young trees, while forest loss disproportionately affects mature, old-growth trees.
YOUTHTOPIA is a new project from the teenage sisters behind Bye Bye Plastic Bags in Bali. It aims to train up a generation of changemakers and give them the tools to make a difference.
A study has looked at forest loss over 150 years compared with numbers of animal and plant species, to monitor the effect of deforestation on biodiversity.
The tropics lost 11.9 million hectares of tree cover in 2019, according to data from the University of Maryland.
The UN says the world has lost an area the size of Libya in woodlands since 1990, but the good news is that net losses in forests have slowed.
For World Environment Day, the Ethiopian government has announced plans to plant 5 billion seedlings during this year's rainy season.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 is accelerating the need for fuel and food at the expense of the world's forests, according to 'The State of the World's Forests 2020' report.
The coronavirus wasn't man-made - but humanity is responsible for the conditions that have facilitated its spread. It's time to take nature risk seriously.
This year, despite the current global health crisis, Arbor Day can remind us that trees are a symbol of national resolve and optimism. Here's why.
Following decades of habitat loss and catastrophic wildfires, this marsupial may now be endangered in some areas of the country.