Archive | April, 2016

Trees Can Trade Carbon to their Neighbors

21 Apr

Trees have a much more social existence than we thought, according to new research by scientists from the University of Basel in Switzerland. It turns out that trees trade stored carbon between themselves, through the use of symbiotic fungi in the soil. Not only do they shift carbon from one tree to another, they can […]

Sustainable Finance Could Limit Consequences of Global Warming

7 Apr

Climate change could affect the world’s financial assets in a loss of $2.5 trillion, suggests the world’s first estimate from economic modeling. The consequences of climate change and global warming are astronomical, and not just for the physical world, but for every part and piece of it from the way we live to whether we […]