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Greenpeace activists block Swedish pulp mill wiping critical forests off the face of the earth
Greenpeace activists block Swedish pulp mill wiping critical forests off the face of the earth
10/16/2017 1:18:35 PM
Train tracks leading to the mill have also been blocked, as well as the road used for transporting pulp out from the mill. Activists have hung a 15 x 20 metres banner on the mill with a message to Essity: ‘Stop wiping away forests’.
Great coffee - great yield
Great coffee - great yield
10/16/2017 12:59:51 PM
As more and more people fall in love with the sensory experience of drinking coffee, demand for coffee beans is booming. This puts pressure on the earth’s resources and raises an important question: how can coffee farmers boost production without compromising on quality or destroying tropical forests? The answer is simple: fertilizer.
Tropical Tree Roots Represent an Underappreciated Carbon Pool
Tropical Tree Roots Represent an Underappreciated Carbon Pool
10/13/2017 11:29:53 AM
Ask someone to draw a tree and they will invariably draw a trunk and branches—leaving the roots out of the picture. In a unique study of tropical tree roots at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute published in  PLOS ONE, roots accounted for almost 30 percent of the total biomass of young trees.
Study Examines Legacies of Rain Forest Burning in British Columbia
Study Examines Legacies of Rain Forest Burning in British Columbia
9/25/2017 11:34:30 AM
The findings are published in the  Journal of Biogeography. When researchers reconstructed 700 years of temporal and spatial aspects of fire activity, they recorded 16 fires from 1376-1893. No fire activity was detected after 1893, coinciding with the relocation of indigenous groups from the study area.

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