"Part of the Answer to Climate Change May Be America’s Trees and Dirt"

"When people think of potential solutions to global warming, they tend to visualize technologies like solar panels or electric cars. A new study published on Wednesday, however, found that better management of forests, grasslands and soils in the United States could offset as much as 21 percent of the country’s annual greenhouse gas emissions."

Source: NY Times, 11/15/2018

"Are Artisanal Foodie Brands Ruining A California National Park?"

"An hour north of San Francisco lie two-dozen dairy and meat farms that have produced some of the most beloved artisanal brands in northern California – along with a farm-fresh, locally sourced foodie ethos that has become globally influential. All the dairies in Point Reyes are organic, and the beef is grass-fed."

Source: Guardian, 11/13/2018

"After Hurricane Michael, Toxic Algae Has Again Spread"

"Just before Hurricane Michael made landfall last month, a ferocious red tide that had scoured Florida’s Gulf Coast for a year, depositing countless dead sea turtles, dolphin and other marine life on beaches before spreading to the Atlantic coast, had finally started to wane."

Source: Miami Herald, 11/08/2018


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