In recent years, most efforts to expand New York City’s tree canopy—and thus strengthen the urban environment—have focused on planting new street trees or replacing non-native species with native trees in the city’s remaining forests. Yet citywide assessments have found that non-native trees have come to co-dominate the city landscape, calling into question these management strategies and the very value of urban forests.
Complete Article From the publisher.Conservation scientists believe our current mass extinction crisis requires a far more ambitious agreement, in the style of the Paris Climate Accord. And they argue that the bill shouldn’t be handed […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The Scandinavian artist is tackling climate change by transporting centuries-old Greenland icebergs to the banks of the Thames – allowing people to smell and taste the earth’s air before it was […]
Complete Article From the publisher.California’s Democratic leaders are determined to fight the climate change that’s ravaging their state In America today, it’s rare to see political leaders respond to a threat with an appropriate evidence-based […]