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Scientists demand emphasis on how trees impact water cycles, climate

Vincent-Gitz

Scientists are demanding that the impact of trees on water cycles and climate be given a closer look as, according to them, effects of trees on climate through rainfall and cooling may be more important than their well-studied capacity of storing carbon Forests and trees are said to play a major role on water cycles and cooler temperatures, contributing to ...

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REDD+ offers powerful lessons for green growth

green growth

Ten years of experience from REDD+ can give low-emission development strategies a head start, writes Christopher Martius in Forest News. The article forms part of the CGIAR (Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research) Research Programme on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry Climate-smart economic development doesn’t have to start from scratch. With a decade of experience and a wealth of research to ...

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African dams intensify malaria transmission, says study

akosombo

The study finds that the construction of an expected 78 major new dams in sub-Saharan Africa over the next few years will lead to an additional 56,000 malaria cases annually. It urges future dam projects to consider better disease control measures Settlements in close proximity to sizeable dams in Africa such as the Akosombo in Ghana, Kainji in Nigeria, Koka ...

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