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Converting carbon emissions into 'green' concrete
20 October, 2017
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An Australian pilot project capturing carbon emissions and storing them in building materials aims to have a full-scale production plant by 2020. Mineral Carbonation International, an Australian company developing carbon-utilisation technology has officially launched its technology... read more
China’s building 19km treetop walkway
20 October, 2017
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China's magnificent new walkway is giving people a treetop experience of Fuzhou's sub-tropical forests unlike any before. Singapore-based LOOK Architects recently completed the first phase of the Fuzhou Forest Walkway, a snaking treetop walkway... read more
New study finds nature is vital to beating climate change
18 October, 2017
Beating climate change
Washington DC, USA and London, UK, 16 October 2017 - Better stewardship of the land could have a bigger role in fighting climate change than previously thought, according to the most comprehensive assessment to date of how greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced and stored in forests... read more
A win-win for spotted owls and forest management
13 October, 2017
News.com.au
Remote sensing technology has detected what could be a win for both spotted owls and forestry management, according to a study led by the University of California, Davis, the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station and the University of Washington. read more
Developing sustainable forest ecosystems in Africa will help boost its economies
10 October, 2017
How we made it in Africa
Humanity has long appreciated forests for the energy, food and medicine they provide, and as a source of wood products for construction and other purposes. But the role of forests in supporting agriculture, preserving biodiversity, protecting water supplies, creating jobs... read more
Scientists find a better way to measure if we are doing enough to combat climate change
10 October, 2017
Research matters
Climate change is here and governments around the world are trying their best to stem its debilitating impacts. REDD+ (Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation), a programme to encourage the sustainable management of existing forests... read more

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