Is climate change hitting Utahns where they live? Is it time to rethink the urban forest?
It’s unclear that climate change caused the event last year that damaged or killed greenery on Utah lawns. It could be a freak occurrence. But…Continue
Do trees and humans need to hold a summit on climate change to iron out their differences? ;)
While forests elsewhere are thinning from wildfires, insect damage and droughts partially attributed to global warming, some white spruce trees in the far north of Alaska have grown more vigorously in the last hundred years, especially since 1950, a new study has found.
The health of forests globally is gaining attention, because trees are thought to absorb a third of all…Continue