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Raising cattle on native grasses in the eastern U.S. benefits farmers,...

Patrick Keyser, University of Tennessee Early on a cool June morning, heavy dew lies on the grass of rolling...

Beavers offer lessons about managing water in a changing climate, whether...

Christine E. Hatch, UMass Amherst It’s no accident that both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute...

Forests can’t handle all the net-zero emissions plans – companies and...

Doreen Stabinsky, College of the Atlantic and Kate Dooley, The University of Melbourne Net-zero emissions pledges to protect the...

Climate-friendly farming strategies can improve the land and generate income for...

Lisa Schulte Moore, Iowa State University Agriculture has not been a central part of U.S. climate policy in the...

Peatlands keep a lot of carbon out of Earth’s atmosphere, but...

Julie Loisel, Texas A&M University Peatlands are a type of wetland where dead plant material doesn’t fully decompose because it’s too soggy. In these ecosystems,...

Soil carbon is a valuable resource, but all soil carbon is...

Jocelyn Lavallee, Colorado State University and Francesca Cotrufo, Colorado State University Human society is literally built on soil. It feeds the world and produces vital...

Restoring soil can help address climate change

David R. Montgomery, University of Washington It’s time to take soil seriously. As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states with very high confidence in...

Climate change is shrinking winter snowpack, which harms Northeast forests year-round

Andrew Reinmann, CUNY Graduate Center and Pamela Templer, Boston University Climate change often conjures up images of heat, drought and hurricanes. But according to the...

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