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Forest Digest: September 23, 2018

September 23rd, 2018|Tags: , , , |


Find out the latest in forest news!

Recently discovered African bird already facing extinction due to forest destruction – The Independent

Willard’s sooty boubou was recently confirmed as a new species. At the same time, the bird is already considered endangered due to threats from farming and political unrest.

El calor es un problema de salud: sembremos árboles (Heat Is a Health Issue – City Trees are a Solution) – Univision Noticias

American Forests CEO Jad Daley discusses how heat hurts our most vulnerable communities the hardest, and how urban trees are an essential part of the solution.

Homer residents experiment with a tree from Alaska’s prehistoric past – Alaska Public Media

Climate change may be taking forests back in time as warmer temperatures create new growth patterns.

(Montana) 2018 fire season much less expensive than 2017 – KULR8

For some states, storms and rainy seasons have lowered the cost impacts of fire seasons.

What Happened in San Francisco Must Not Stay in San Francisco – World Resources Institute

Post-Global Climate Action Summit, businesses, cities and states must take the zeal of climate change action to their own communities to continue making progress.

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