After the storm, Puerto Rico’s forests performed incredible feats of recovery. What can humans learn from that?
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But one group is fighting to conserve working forests and keep rural economies alive.
According to the latest estimates, 60% of species are endangered due to human activities and 75% of all primate populations
In addition, investing in watershed health can significantly reduce the level of risk to water systems. Healthy watersheds
Over the last year, we partnered with World Resources Institute (WRI) and Global Forest Watch (GFW), whose expertise in protecting
Officials fear this could exacerbate the state's wildfire problem.
There is much work to do. But what we can learn from the electricity sector is that one of our founders, Bob Hunter, was right when he said that "big change looks impossible when you start and inevitable when you finish."
1. Action to increase both immediate and future emission cuts. It is already clear that countries' existing climate plans
Only sustainable infrastructure - one that refuses to trade long-term sustainability for short-term gains - will bring about the transformative change we need.
3. The Pope, his pine cones, and other examples of pine cone worship... Sticky Vikki & the Pinecones Why Do I Breathe? live