Differences in land use history may significantly alter the speed and ability of tropical forests to regenerate, which may have substantial implications for carbon budgets.
Accounting for nitrogen and phosphorous limitations on forest growth significantly alters projections of future climate change scenarios.
Ultimately, the factors that dictate the carbon footprints of producing biofuels versus reforesting degraded land are highly nuanced and vary from case to case
A recent paper explores how demographics, cognition and emotions characterize post-disaster opinions of nuclear energy in Japan.
During natural disasters, urban centers with large numbers of flexible coping mechanisms may ultimately fare better than those with fewer, but currently effective, mechanisms.
The buildings of New York City can be zero greenhouse gas emitting as early as 2050