We're seeing fewer pollution-related deaths a year.
Andean forests sequester a significant amount of carbon from the atmosphere.
A new policy brings back an old approach to tallying the cost of carbon, albeit with limitations.
The new currency in the novel Ministry for the Future has real-world supporters.
It’s not just carbon capture that needs the cash.
But it still wasn’t anywhere close to how much we need to cut.
Fast-growing vegetation can reduce carbon stored underground.
Agriculture is our number-one carbon polluter, but a return to old ways could reverse the trend.
Deforestation makes drought-stressed forests even more vulnerable.
Converting methane to carbon dioxide could help.
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