During New York Climate Week 2023, the U.S. Nature4Climate coalition organized an expert panel to delve into the U.S. government’s role in promoting NCS implementation. Read this new article for insights from prominent figures in the field.
Explore the impact of Natural Climate Solutions on climate change and regenerative agriculture. Learn how a climate-smart Farm Bill paves a bipartisan path to achieve climate goals for a resilient future.
Urban trees are more than aesthetics; they’re vital for cleaner air, climate action, and equitable communities. Treesilience, a dynamic initiative led by a coalition of organizations, is redefining urban landscapes in Chicago, St. Louis, and Orlando. They’re planting and protecting trees while empowering communities for a greener, healthier, and more equitable future. Discover how federal funding is pivotal in making these programs a reality.
Explore the importance of agroforestry, its resilience in the face of climate change, and the barriers to adoption in the Midwest. This article highlights the need for continued USDA support and a transformative 2023 Farm Bill to promote agroforestry as a natural climate solution and economic opportunity, fostering hope and revitalizing communities.
A strong partnership in Maine is undertaking a restoration project on
Frost Gully Brook to remove dams and plant native trees/plants
along the stream’s banks – providing new trout habitat, while also
supporting Maine’s outdoor recreation economy, and helping to
tackle climate change by capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide
from the air. This project is one of dozens of Coastal Programs across
the U.S. that are helping to preserve biodiversity, mitigate climate
change, and increase climate resilience.
A national survey recently conducted by U.S. Nature4Climate reveals that 92% of American voters support expanding Natural Climate Solutions. This article provides guidance on how to turn Natural Climate Solutions supporters into champions.
Soil health management practices like no-till farming, cover crops, and nutrient management, can provide a wide range of environmental and climate benefits, while also improving farmers’ bottom line. American Farmland Trust’s Soil Health Economic Case Studies profile the real-world experience of farmers who have adopted soil health management practices with an in-depth partial budget analysis of their experienced costs, benefits, and return-on-investment of implementing these practices.
A recent poll conducted by U.S. Nature4Climate unveils overwhelming bipartisan support among U.S. voters for the expansion of Natural Climate Solutions. With a remarkable 92% of voters expressing their endorsement, the survey showcases a resounding consensus that these solutions are a crucial part of addressing the climate crisis. This united public sentiment extends to a broad spectrum of practices, from urban tree planting to climate-smart farming, offering policymakers a diverse menu of options to drive meaningful change.
From raggedy to awesome. Discover how The Nature Conservancy is using fire to successfully restore a marsh preserve in Texas, enhancing its ecological resilience, its diversity, and its role as a Natural Climate Solution.