Check out what’s happened this past week in forestry news!

With recent spikes in heat, people are left searching for answers to urban heat islands. One answer to this crisis is simple: more trees.

World Heritage sites have always been at risk. With climate change on the rise, these sites are in ever-increasing danger of collapse.

Carbon farming in WA – Particle

Levels of carbon dioxide have been on the rise for the past few years. With the help of new methods of carbon farming, countries face a better chance of offsetting their carbon footprint.

According to a new study, each forest responds differently to elevated nitrogen levels. This has serious implications about future climate predictions.

Thanks to new regulation on pollution in Vermont, the red spruce has been able to make a comeback. This is due to less acid rain, which is caused by pollution.