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David Pocock retires from professional rugby
Biochar helps hold water, saves money
WWF and Exeter alumni join forces to protect natural habitat
Role of mycorrhizal fungi in soil processes topic of symposium
Tweed Valley a ‘natural laboratory’ to test carbon sequestration theory
Long-term consequences of global change difficult to predict
Delivering Ag2030
U.S. Engagement in Pacific Islands: 2020 Pacific Pledge
Geologists glean insights about how Earth went from a hothouse to an ice age, and what that may mean for future
Island-building in Southeast Asia created Earth’s northern ice sheets
Technology-led plan to lower emissions, lower costs and support jobs
Heavy rainfall drives a third of nitrogen runoff, according to new study
CEFC welcomes new ARENA funding
Nationals welcome $1.9 billion in new technologies to help farmers reduce emissions
UKHO launches new innovation programme to support development of Blue Economy
One step closer to a new system for measuring carbon sequestration in dairy production
Hunting for a Better Biofuel Is Scope of New UT Austin-Led Research
In a mite-y bit of trouble
Far-reaching climate change risks to Australia must be reduced and managed
Sustainable ag key to unlocking multi-billion northern potential
Canada reducing emissions in Calgary by expanding willow plantation
Plants take in less carbon in a warming world
Restoration helps forests recover faster
New Guinea named world’s most plant-rich island
New soil models may ease atmospheric CO2, climate change
New blueprint to protect and prepare nation from flooding
Discovery Reveals How Plants Make Cellulose for Strength and Growth
Applying rock dust to croplands could absorb up to 2 billion tonnes of CO2 from atmosphere
Agroforestry focus thanks to $3.9 million funding
Researchers evaluate cost-effective carbon capture and storage
Aussie food and beverage producers share in nearly $3m to innovate
Incentives for tree-planting need protections for existing forests
Poorly designed tree-planting campaigns could do more harm than good, according to Stanford researcher and others
Research into ecosystem tipping points in Arctic
Bedrock type under forests greatly affects tree growth, species, carbon storage
Mangroves at risk if carbon emissions not reduced by 2050, scientists predict
Scientists pinpoint areas in boreal forests that offer refuge to plants and animals as climate gets warmer
Harnessing new technology to grow jobs and economy and lower emissions
Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap: have your say
King review a critical step towards a more carbon efficient economy
A love of sea led to a PhD in environmental sciences
Australian cotton industry releases second Sustainability Report
New World Bank Program to Strengthen Integrated Coastal Zone Management in India
Update on bushfire emissions in Australia’s 2019-20 fire season
Researchers 3D-print minerals in order to better predict fracture formation
Using Fiber Optics to Advance Safe and Renewable Energy
EU Biodiversity Strategy: Call for nature restoration
Project Signing – New World Bank Project to Benefit Over 400,000 Farming Households