Carbon Farming: It’s a Nice Theory, but Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

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A 24-year-old conservation cropping experiment in rural Australia has become a test case for capturing carbon.

MAP: Global Flood Damage Could Exceed $1 Trillion Annually by 2050

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Find out which cities are most at risk.

Global Warming Could Cause 50 Percent Increase in Violent Conflict

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Scientists see fresh evidence of a strong link between climate change and violence.

Can a Carbon Tax Work Without Hurting the Economy? Ask British Columbia

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Five years in, BC’s carbon tax has successfully reduced greenhouse gas emissions in a stable economy.

Cutting Carbon Dioxide Isn’t Enough

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We have to invest in technology to remove the CO2 already in the atmosphere.

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