The Long Island Solar Roadmap developed by the New York Division of The Nature Conservancy details the opportunities of mid- to large-scale solar arrays to help meet New York’s nation-leading climate and clean energy goals. “This report shows that in scaling up solar, we don’t have to choose between one ‘green’ good—clean energy—and another—undisturbed forests, open spaces, and farmland….With the right approach, we have room for it all.”
American Farmland Trust’s new report, “Combating Climate Change on U.S. Cropland,” focuses on the significant potential of no-till and cover crop practices to increase soil carbon sequestration and reduce nitrous oxide emissions for a net reduction in GHG emissions.
Technology could accelerate and scale-up nature’s ability to combat climate change and deliver a range of other benefits for people and the planet.
Our forests are going to burn, one way or another. American Forests outlines how “good” fire may be able to save forests across America from being devastated by “bad” fires.
A new study finds that meeting ambitious reforestation goals will require expanded capacity for seed collection, nursery production, and workforce development.
Did you know that America’s forests already capture and store almost fifteen percent of our nation’s carbon emissions each year? There are many actions we must take to protect and build this natural carbon sink. But there is one forest-climate solution that surpasses them all: reforestation.
A new mapping tool shows lowers costs and more feasible options for restoring forests in the United States.
To unlock the potential of our soils to help the U.S. achieve a net-zero economy, farmers and ranchers need transformative investment.
These types of conservation projects help to improve hunting and fishing opportunities and combat climate change in a win-win for fish and wildlife.