The logging industry argues that cutting down old-growth trees is good for forest management, but the science says otherwise.
New research finds just one season of drought can reduce the carbon dioxide absorption ability of the world's biggest rainforest—the Amazon—for years to come.
A new study shows that tropical forests emit more carbon than they consume, mostly due to human activities.
Rising nighttime temperatures in the tropics threaten to flip the region from a carbon sink to a carbon source.
Seagrass meadows are some of the most productive ecosystems on the planet. New research shows that they’re enormous carbon sinks, too.
Climate legislation says we can stop global warming, improve our soils and help our farmers all at once. Not so fast.