Sustainability Roundup September 2021


Here's what we're reading this month:

If Left to Regrow, Brazil’s Atlantic Forest Could Recover Faster and Store More Carbon Cheaper Than Tree Planting via Good News Network

"Naturally regenerated forests are much better ways of achieving climate targets than mass planting, and Brazil could achieve 150% more reforestation if the forests are left to their own schemes."


Climate Change Is Already Affecting Chesapeake Bay Fisheries via ENN

"The Chesapeake Bay is home to more than 3,600 species of plants and animals. That includes 348 species of finfish, 173 species of shellfish, and more than 16 species of underwater grasses."

Carbon emitters 'failing to disclose climate risks' via BBC

"A lack of detail in financial reporting will dramatically reduce firms' chances of meeting global emissions targets, researchers have warned."

Scientists Trained Cows Where To Pee. It Could Help The Environment via NPR

"Turns out cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers. Maybe easier."

 What were your top reads this month? Drop a link in the comments!

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