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October 2019

The Latest on Forest and Ag Sequestration – Good, But Not Near Enough

By adaptation, Agriculture, Climate Reform, climate restoration, climate solutions, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, Negative emissions, sequestration

The Latest on Forest and Ag Sequestration – Good, But Not Near Enough Twenty authors from all across the world, led by Stephanie Roe at the University of Virginia in a review article in Nature Climate Change titled, Contribution of the land sector to a 1.5C world, have reviewed the available academic literature on sequestration…

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UT Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Ongoing Ecological Collapse and Restoration Solutions

By Gigs and Presentations

What is a climate emergency, and why 12 years to act? Padre Island beach erosion, Central Texas drought and tree kill, Big Bend ecological collapse, sagauro frostbite, sequoia kill from climate change-caused fire, Yosemite and beetle kill , Paradise fire, Jasper National Park beetle attack, permafrost melt, Alaska beetle attack, pyrocumulonimbus, carbon dioxide removal with…

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IPCC Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere, The Important Bits

By Abrupt changes, adaptation, Antarctica, Arctic, Arctic Sea Ice, Beaches coastal, Glaciers, Greenland, ice sheet, ice sheets, Impacts, IPCC, Methane, modeling, Oceans, Permafrost, sea ice, Sea Level Rise, West Antarctic Ice Sheet

  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report, September 24, 2019 The Ocean and Cryosphere (the icy part of our planet) in a Changing Climate A Summary of Important Findings Overall of course, climate change is astonishingly worse with every new report. This one is no exception. Polar and mountain ice are melting faster, the…

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