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04.06.2022 - Let’s Not Pretend Planting Trees Is a Permanent Climate Solution
Trees are our original carbon removal technology: Through photosynthesis, they pull carbon dioxide out of the air and store it. They have lately been touted as a climate savior, a way to rapidly reduce the carbon dioxide that has accumulated in the atmosphere as we cut our emissions. A “trillion trees” initiative was launched with much fanfare at the World Economic Forum in Davos back in 2020, and it was one of the few climate solutions embraced by the Trump administration. Planting trees and protecting forests are a major part of many corporate efforts to offset emissions.
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01.06.2022 - Lack of climate-change research in Central Asia raises odds of harsh consequences
A new study shows there is an alarming lack of research on climate change patterns and mitigation possibilities in Central Asia, one of the most at-risk regions on earth.
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01.06.2022 - Perspectives | How to bridge Tajikistan’s rural-urban divide on climate change awareness
Central Asia is characterized by its breathtaking natural beauty, diverse landscapes, and rich resources. It is also a region particularly susceptible to the effects of climate change, given its carbon-intensive economies, and, at times, precarious access to food and water. Mounting rural-urban divisions and growing climate insecurity exacerbate these problems.
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31.05.2022 - Peat soil fires: Campaigners say England's 'rainforests' illegally burned
Some shooting estates in England burn deep peat moorland in protected areas despite a government ban, say the RSPB and Greenpeace.
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30.05.2022 - Who may benefit from climate change? Rattlesnakes, study suggests
Animals around the world have been feeling the negative effects of climate change, but there's one slithering creature that may be benefiting from it: rattlesnakes.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-05-benefit-climate-rattlesnakes.html   
 
30.05.2022 - New global study identifies opportunities for increasing carbon storage on land to mitigate climate change
A new study, "The Global Potential for Increased Storage of Carbon on Land," published today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), provides a series of geospatial maps that improve our understanding of the global gap between current and potential carbon storage on land, and offers a framework for action to realize the full potential of land-based carbon storage as a natural climate solution. The study is timely, coming on the heels of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s Working Group III's latest report, which focuses on the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions in order to limit future warming, and highlights the significant mitigation potential of natural and managed ecosystems given the opportunity they offer to remove additional carbon from the atmosphere.
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27.05.2022 - Climate Action Impossible Without Trust – Patricia Espinosa
Speaking to G7 climate, energy and environment ministers yesterday, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa called on G7 nations to maintain a firm commitment to multilateralism.
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27.05.2022 - The current state of Western Australia in the face of climate change
Australia is uniquely vulnerable to climate change. Yet, we're doing worse than almost every other nation at mitigating its impact. Where do we go from here?
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26.05.2022 - Climate Change: MPs say building demolitions must be reduced
The number of buildings being knocked down must be reduced because demolition and rebuilding adds to climate change, MPs say.
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19.05.2022 - Canada faces huge physical costs from climate change, making net zero a great investment
There has been a lot of discussion in Canada lately about the financial costs of achieving the country's climate targets. And rightly so. The situation is urgent and we need to act now.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-05-canada-huge-physical-climate-net.html   
 
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