What does depopulation of Brazil’s forests mean for conservation?
Jamaica’s abandoned plantations provide a rare look at long-term forest recovery
A priceless set of historic maps is giving ecologists unique insights into how tropical forests bounce back
Is autocracy better for trees?
It’s a long-running debate in certain circles: does having the ballot benefit the bees and the butterflies? Or would a dictator do a better job of protecting
More trees equals less wind
Central Americans working abroad and sending money home are not only fueling their native economies—they’re also helping to bring the trees back. By John Carey.
Countries could estimate Amazon carbon stocks for pennies a hectare
As Amazonian forests recover, fires increase
Redwoods suffer as fog lifts
Prescribed fires could lower carbon emissions in western U.S.
Carbon-offsetting schemes often focus on planting new forests as a means of lowering atmospheric CO2.