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Texas coast uses Christmas trees to rebuild storm-ravaged dunes
Toni Capretta stands on a patch of Texas's Gulf coast where just seven months earlier the dunes were nearly her height. Now they are gone.
Trees are out of equilibrium with climate
Forecasts predicting where plants and animals will inhabit over time rely primarily on information about their current climate associations, but that only plays a partial role.
Conservation charity to plant 50 million trees in UK over five years to fight climate crisis
A conservation charity is pledging to plant 50 million trees in the UK by 2025 to help tackle the climate crisis.
The importance of urban trees
By Natalie Parletta
Trees living fast die young: Global analysis
A global analysis revealed for the first time that across almost all tree species, fast-growing trees have shorter lifespans. This international study further calls into question predictions that greater tree growth means greater carbon storage in forests in the long term.
HS2 protesters spending coronavirus lockdown in trees
As the UK is told to stay at home, defiant protesters against High Speed Two (HS2) have chosen to self-isolate at makeshift camps in under-threat forests. Dozens are living in ancient woodlands during lockdown — spending the days up trees — where they say they have been isolating as though they are a single, large household.
US loses 36 million trees every year: Study
According to a study published by the US Forest Service, the tree canopy is shrinking in the United States at a rapid pace. In a period of five consecutive years, the US forests suffered a loss of 36 million trees per year from urban and rural landscapes. This marks a one percent drop from 2009 to 2014.
Scientists reveal distribution history of endangered trees
Chinese scientists have revealed how the distribution of abies trees changed in the Quaternary glacial period, providing scientific guidance for the protection of the endangered species against climate change.
Trees are the ultimate long-term project in UK
The UK needs 1.5 billion new trees to tackle the climate crisis — a Northumberland project is showing one way forward
Can wastewater save trees in UK?
Trees make a massive different to urban environments. Not only can they remove carbon from the air (thus contributing to the fight against global warming), but they can also absorb heat, dampen noise pollution and boost human morale. While the UK government has set itself ambitious targets to plant millions of new trees every year, it consistently falls well short of realizing them.
Best way to fight climate change? Plant a trillion trees
The most effective way to fight global warming is to plant lots of trees, a study says. A trillion of them, maybe more.
130,000 trees to be planted in English cities and towns
More than 130,000 trees are to be planted in English towns and cities over the next two years as part of the nation’s battle against global heating.
Leader underlines protection of trees, environment
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei called for the absolute prohibition of damage to trees for the purpose of constructing buildings.

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