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Forest Digest — Week of June 19, 2017

Pennsylvania environmentalists celebrate a policy-related victory, European countries attempt to cover their carbon tracks, and a bold Massachusetts resident “puts his money where his mouth is” in order to fight climate change. Dive into all this and more in this week’s Forest Digest!Read More

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
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