- Stop ruining the future — CNN
This recent article from CNN identifies ways seven ways in which we can help our environment for the future, including defending our forests for their ability to improve air quality and sequester carbon.
- Moss is useful bioindicator of cadmium air pollution, new study finds — Science Daily
Not only do forests — and urban forests — help clean air by trapping pollutants, now, a new study reveals that even the moss found on trees in cities can help improve air quality by indicating cadmium air pollution.
- How Protecting Forests Would Buy Us More Time In The Fight Against Climate Change — Think Progress
A recent report published by the Woods Hole Research Center has helped to quantify how much time can be bought in our efforts to mitigate climate change by protecting our forests, which could buy us 33 years if we halted forest loss and degradation.
- Superfoods Can Boost Your Health, but Can They Also Help the Environment? — Alternet.org
An interesting read exploring the idea that superfoods are not only healthy to eat, but they are good for the environment, as many of them help provide clean air for us all to breathe.
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