Tag: carbon capture and reforestation

forest conservation and global warming

Economy Promoted Deforestation The Chinese government has paid close attention to ecological and environmental issues for years. Contrary to popular belief, sustainability and environmental protection are long-term strategies vital to the country’s health and wealth. China started framing environmental protection as a fundamental national policy in the 1980s. It established sustainable development as a national […]

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Forest Conservation Captures Carbon Dioxide The redwood forests have long represented Continental America, dominating the northwest coastal region with some of the world’s tallest trees resiliently living up to 2,000 years. However, America’s famous forests are not as grand as they once were. According to data from the U.S. National Park Service, “96 percent of […]

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deforestation and climate change

Global Warming, Climate Change, Ecosystems Mother Nature is showing her wear and tear. Climate change, pollution, deforestation, endangered species and poverty are getting worse by the day and they impact the sustainability of life as we know it. Fortunately, a massive conservation plan in East Africa is ready to make a lasting impact on all […]

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Sierra Leone reforestation

Reforestation and Carbon Capture Editor’s Note: A solid premise, but the best way to suck carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is with trees and other forms of greenery.  Governments may have to extract vast amounts of greenhouse gases from the air by 2100 to achieve a target for limiting global warming, backed by trillion-dollar shifts […]

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