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937 recommended articles and videos in the "Environmental Impacts" category.
1.  Kansas may face 30 more days yearly of high wildfire risk as its climate changes  

2024-01-08

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Kansas may face 30 more days yearly of high wildfire risk as its climate changes

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2.  Canada’s Logging Industry Devours Forests Crucial to Fighting Climate Change  

2024-01-05

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Canada’s Logging Industry Devours Forests Crucial to Fighting Climate Change
A study finds that logging has inflicted severe damage to the vast boreal forests in Ontario and Quebec, two of the country’s main commercial logging regions.


NYT Gift article:

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3.  UK consumption putting enormous pressure on world’s forests, MPs warn  

2024-01-04

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UK consumption putting enormous pressure on world’s forests, MPs warn

The Environmental Audit Committee said the intensity of the UK’s consumption on the world’s forest is higher than that of China

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4.  Research shows advisability of replanting conifer forests sooner rather than later after wildfires  

2024-01-03

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Research shows advisability of replanting conifer forests sooner rather than later after wildfires

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5.  ‘Ghost forests’ creep across NC coast at alarming rate. Researchers try to stop them.  

2024-01-03

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‘Ghost forests’ creep across NC coast at alarming rate. Researchers try to stop them.

Dead and dying ghost forests are eerie and unmistakable. Their spread strains the economic and social fabric of NC coastal communities

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6.  Forest fires: A record year  

2023-12-30

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Since the beginning of 2023, wildfires have released some 6.5 billion tons of carbon dioxide, according to GWIS

That compares to 36.8 billion tons from fossil fuels like oil, gas and coal & cement

As a rule, around 80 percent of carbon generated by the forest fires is then reabsorbed by the vegetation which grows again the next season.

The remaining 20 percent then builds up in the atmosphere, contributing the climate change

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