climate change

Would you climb a 300 foot tree to measure climate change? This week our WEBISODE focuses on some pretty daring work done by a research team from Humboldt State University led by Steve Sillet.
National Science Foundation
It is not often that a scientist collaborates with a writer and philosopher, let alone one that lived in a previous century. Richard Primack of Boston University, along with students and colleagues, has demonstrated that plants respond to climate... Read More
energyNOW
There's a virtual "climate crystal ball" just a few miles from Washington D.C. in Edgewater, MD, where the nation's longest-running carbon dioxide experiment is still going strong. Smithsonian scientists are using a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh to get... Read More
Second Nature
Question: Who do university presidents turn to for thoughts on sustainability? Frank Sesno of course. Our host will headline the upcoming Climate Leadership Summit, organized by Planet Forward member Second Nature.
Keep It Green
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White Caps, Green Collars LLC
It’s simple: our urban landscapes abound with flat, black roofs that absorb heat all summer long, driving up energy use, and contributing to the urban heat island effect as well as global warming. Yet flat roofs are largely out of sight, out of... Read More
Center For American Progress
Everyone has a stake in this problem, and there are already many solutions addressing climate change. We need to make small investments needed to address climate change now, to prevent the need for larger investments in our future.
KQED/Quest
Scientists say it's no secret San Francisco Bay is rising, along with all of the earth’s oceans. This rise in sea level will affect everyone who lives, works, or plays near the bay. QUEST asks how high will the Bay rise and when? And what steps can... Read More
District Department of the Environment
Christophe Tulou caught up with Planet Forward at the Adaptation Salon to talk about what it means to create a Smart Community

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