• Four Takeaways from November’s New York Times Palm Oil Article

    In late November, the New York Times Magazine ran an in-depth feature titled Palm Oil Was Supposed to Help Save the Planet. Instead It Unleashed a Catastrophe. Here are four takeaways from the article.

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  • The climate solutions beneath our feet: Agriculture and soil health

    Exploring the role of agriculture in addressing climate change, and a call to action for the development of a carbon market to support it.

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  • What does sea level rise mean for life along the coast?

    Rising seas put more than 300,000 homes at risk of frequent flooding in the next 30 years.

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  • Protecting forests is crucial to limiting climate change

    Effective land management for meeting the Paris climate agreement often means the best option is to leave existing forests intact and to protect or regenerate natural carbon-storing ecosystems.

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