Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Opportunities in California Agriculture – Review of Emissions and Mitigation Potential of Animal Manure Management and Land Application of Manure

Posted on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 by

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A Lifecycle Model to Evaluate Carbon Sequestration Potential and Greenhouse Gas Dynamics of Managed Grasslands

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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Opportunities In California Agriculture – Review of California Rangeland Emissions and Mitigation Potential

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Is it REALLY all about Carbon? A Q&A…

Posted on Wednesday, December 9th, 2015 by

New York Times readers are asking the questions, and Justin Gills is posting the answers. Since we hear the term carbon so often during discussion of climate change, it’s important to know; is it really all about carbon? NYT Q&A here

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Heating Up- the road to the Paris climate talks

Posted on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 by

True to form, NPR has been on the environmental discussion scene, compiling stories and audio on the happenings of the 2015 Paris climate talks taking place these next two weeks between world leaders, most of whom are anxious for dialogue. The Heating Up climate talk page focuses on a wide range of topics, from cooperations advancing […]

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TED talk: Returning Carbon to the Soil

Posted on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 by

It would appear that in the midst of mainstream climate change discussions, little is said about the soil and agricultural practices that can be utilized to provide solutions to the problem. This TED talk, given by Mr. Tony Lovell, speaks to the idea of putting Carbon back where it belongs- in the earth. “Excess atmospheric […]

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No One Cares About Jungles

Posted on Friday, November 13th, 2015 by

Check out this submission video about Iranian Jungles: “The jungles in the North of Iran are known as Hyrcanian forest which dates back to the third periodical geological history called Cenozoic. The old trees on Hyrcanian jungles are considered living fossils of the world. The area of jungles in the North of Iran which was […]

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Why? short film about climate change

Posted on Friday, November 13th, 2015 by

Synopsis: In only a century a large number of species have gone extinct and the planet is heating up. Without our seas and oceans, global warming would be even worse. We are lucky to have seas and oceans. But, have we killed them? What kind of legacy will we be leaving our children and the […]

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The San Francisco Zero Waste Strategy

Posted on Monday, November 9th, 2015 by

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cEQSfa64Hk

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Time to Lead on Climate – November 9, 2015

Posted on Monday, November 9th, 2015 by

Time to Lead on Climate Government and media leaders have lagged behind the most significant crisis of our generation: Climate Change. 2015 will conclude with another United Nations Climate Summit, as polar ice caps continue to melt. 2016 includes the election of a new President and Congress from a field pocketed with climate change deniers […]

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