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Conserving and restoring forests won’t be cheap and easy after all

In Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax,” the character who represents industry succumbs to a feverish greed and chops down every last tree in the forest surrounding Thneedville.

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Microsoft’s quest to go ‘carbon negative’ inspires $1B fund

Given the scope of the climate crisis, Microsoft no longer believes it’s enough to be carbon neutral.

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Black farmers embrace and implement solutions for climate resiliency

Chief Zogli looked weary as he scratched a notch in his doorpost to record the weather. “Still no rain,” he says with resignation.

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Statistic of the decade: 8.4 million soccer fields of land deforested in the Amazon

This year, I was on the judging panel for the Royal Statistical Society’s International Statistic of the Decade.

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6 sustainability trends that GreenBiz readers engaged with most in 2019

2019: the last year that the United States will take part in the Paris Agreement. The year with the hottest June on record since record-keeping began in 1880.

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