The vast Amazon rainforest is sometimes called “the lungs of the planet” for its historic role in absorbing atmospheric CO2 and replenishing our supply of oxygen. That appears to be changing and not for the better.
A study finds that, over the past ten years, the trees of the Amazon are no longer absorbing . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: This One Spells Trouble.
Ontario Forest in Spring. (Flickr image by jd_09)
Ontario’s Crown forests are expected to remain a net source of carbon emissions for the next three decades, according to the latest forestry report from the Ministry of Natural Resources.
The latest State of Ontario’s Forests report released January 3 – the third issued by . . . → Read More: the reeves report: Ontario Forests Will Be Net Carbon Source Until 2040