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4 reasons to let your lawn grow wild
A beautiful lawn doesn't have to be plain.
Plant a garden that helps the planet by devouring carbon
Less effort for more climate impact.
‘Blue carbon’ is a win-win for endangered coastal ecosystems and carbon sequestration
An international blue carbon wave is on the way.
Dam reservoirs may be much bigger sources of carbon emissions than we thought
We thought dams were good for the environment, but they may actually release immense amounts of carbon.
What’s big, lives underwater, and fights climate change with its body and booty? Whale give you one guess.
Scientists’ have known about the mammals’ carbon-storing powers for years. Now international authorities are getting on message.
The Philippines wants to make planting trees a graduation requirement
Maintaining that greenery will likely prove challenging.
Carbon capture could keep global warming in check—here’s how it works
Everything you need to know about CCS technology.
Can We Stop The Surge Of Man-Made Earthquakes?
There's a whole lot more shaking going on in the Midwest lately—and humans are causing it.
Tiny Poisonous Trees Could Fight Climate Change In The Desert
Like something straight out of Dune, but the boring, terraforming parts.
Rogue Geoengineer Dumps 100 Tons Of Iron Off Canada’s West Coast
Geoengineering is always controversial, but it's even more controversial when you don't tell anyone first.