Deforestation: Why COP26 agreement will struggle to reverse global forest loss by 2030

Saving the world’s dwindling forests is essential if we are to avoid dangerous climate change. Forests soak up carbon from the atmosphere and cutting them down releases it. On balance, forests removed about 7.6 billion tonnes of carbon every year over the last two decades. This is roughly 15% of global emissions. Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Joe Biden uses trip abroad to confront China on climate, more

Biden ended his time at the U.N. climate summit in Scotland on Tuesday by chastising Chinese President Xi Jinping for physically skipping the event and failing to make the level of commitments that roughly 100 other nations did to curb greenhouse gasses. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=343 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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