November 27th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor
New analysis from The Nature Conservancy, WRI and others estimates that stopping deforestation, restoring forests and improving forestry practices could cost-effectively remove 7 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, or as much as eliminating 1.5 billion cars—more than all of the cars in the world today!
November 4th, 2015 | by Sandy Dechert
As November begins, promises from individual countries to the United Nations have addressed nearly 90% of the world’s current greenhouse [&hellip
August 1st, 2013 | by Guest Contributor
This article was originally published on Shrink That Footprint by Lindsay Wilson Low carbon electricity is a wonderful thing, and [&hellip
April 5th, 2012 | by Andrew
Advances in atomic-level isotope chemistry are leading to a leap forward in environmental and natural resource management as they spread from green research labs to industry and commerce
April 3rd, 2009 | by Alan Smith
A new way to treat wood has trees back in the limelight: a hardwood's reliability that even a rain forest mahogany tree can love.
Check out the world’s first heavy traffic road bridge made from Accoya® wood. The bridge, located in Sneek in the Netherlands, is “the first wooden bridge in the world that can support the heaviest load class of 60 tons”. At this week's Wall Street Green Trading Summit, a panel on forestation introduced a new way of thinking about how to deal with destruction of the rain forest