Article - 21 Dec 2008
There are myriad ways to make your holiday celebrations more environmentally friendly this year, according to scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Article - 13 Dec 2012
Christmas time is here and as usual there seems to be no end to decorating Christmas trees, the season’s main attraction. Every year, a large number of Christmas trees cherished in our homes for...
Article - 18 May 2022
This article looks at a recent study published in Nature Geoscience, which details shifts in regional water availability caused by global tree restoration.
Article - 16 Mar 2022
To address extensively changed forest successional circumstances, 20th- and 21st-century climatic shifts, and quickly shifting wildfire regimes in the present age, scientists suggest landscape-level...
Article - 31 Mar 2022
This article looks at recent research published in Communications Biology, which looks at the climate-change-driven growth decline of European beech forests.
Article - 1 Dec 2021
Urbanization has led to drastic changes to hydrologic systems due to the replacement of vegetated areas with impervious surfaces, modification of overall water and sediment budgets, and a decrease in...
Article - 3 Dec 2013
This year a group of young scientists decided to use Brussels sprouts for a very different purpose, and help kids view this vegetable in a whole new light.
Article - 26 Nov 2012
Surprisingly, the whole global warming frenzy revolves more around an inert gas CO2, than mercury, lead, and cadmium, which are constantly polluting the air, water and soil causing several diseases...
Article - 25 Jan 2013
The combination of performing annual agricultural activities and delayed long- term production of trees on the same plot of land is described as agro forestry.
Article - 12 Dec 2019
Land Life Company has developed innovative technology to reforest the planet's two billion hectares of degraded land to tackle high carbon emissions, the food crisis and damaged ecosystems.