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Impacts of climate change can still be limited, but only if we act now, according to IPCC
This year’s Earth Day theme: Green Cities
...but is climate change to blame?
Study shows more malaria cases in the highlands of Ethiopia and South America as temperature rises
This year’s theme focuses on the interlinkages between water and energy
New figures released are found to be more than double that of previous estimates
Study finds the extent to which deforestation impacts upon the loss of carbon from soil depends on its texture
New study suggests environmental impact of palm oil production not limited to deforestation
Woodland salamanders provide valuable ecological service in American Forests
New study reports progress for climate change laws
New approach does not require farmland
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With 21% of gross domestic product (GDP) in agricultural sector and having consistently experienced natural disasters (e.g., drought, flood), Armenia is very vulnerable to climate and its change. Given the fact that 63% of the entire land is planted with grains, this study primarily focuses on the...
The impact of forest removal on above ground biodiversity has been a concern, both politically and scientifically for many years. However,...
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Poplars and willows provide society with ecosystem services. These include direct economic benefits such as wood, fibre, fuelwood and other forest products. They also include environmental benefits improving the lives of people, such as through rehabilitation of degraded land, restoration of forest...
This book entitled 'Poplars and Willows: Trees for Society and the Environment' contains twelve chapters. The poplars could equally well be willows, since they are clearly of a single, identified taxon (Chapter 2), selected originally from naturally occurring genetic resources (Chapter 3), but...
The paper examines the issues and challenges of promoting sustainable island tourism in Puerto Galera, the first site in the Philippines declared a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Biosphere Reserve within the Man and the Biosphere (MAB) program. It...
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