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How a Single Tree Can Tell Us a Lot about Climate Change

How close is too close, when it comes to a tree? Dr. Lynda Mapes spent a year studying the same red oak in the Harvard Forest, and her hyperlocal focus allowed her to notice observable effects of climate change.Read More

What’s Hot Right Now? 5 Ways to Get Involved in Climate Activism

June 14th, 2017|Tags: , |0 Comments

Environmental issues are a hot topic, and with these 5 easy steps, you’ll be able to understand the conversations going on and be able to have a say in them too. We want your voice to be heard, so here’s the first step: Read this guide!Read More

American Forests’ Response to Paris Agreement Withdrawal

June 2nd, 2017|Tags: , |0 Comments

Yesterday, President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Agreement, a landmark international effort that places strong emphasis on using forests as a climate change solution, both to capture carbon emissions and to protect our communities. Read More

Forest Digest — Week of May 29, 2017

The president makes a major climate decision, urban trees are diagnosed with insomnia and roofs everywhere are going green. What exactly is going on here? Read to find out.Read More

Forest Digest — Week of May 15, 2017

Climate change seems to be affecting everything and everyone— from songbirds to wildflowers. Read to learn why trees seem to be packing up and moving west, and find out which country is lagging behind in reforestation efforts. Read More
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