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Carbon & Greenhouse Gases Topics from the Northeast Hub Region

  • Delmarva and the Ground for Change

    opening shot to film; cover crops at harborview farms

    Farmers around the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays are leaders in practices that promote healthy soils. These practices also safeguard working lands from climate change extremes. This film follows three…

  • Climate Smart Buildings Ahead

    CLT close up

    It appears likely that CLT construction will prosper in the years and decades to come based on its’ capacity to cut emissions and “lock up” carbon.

  • A Renewed Focus on Soil Carbon

    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Virginia Cropland Agronomist Chris Lawrence holds moist healthy soil, while he talks about why healthy soil is important.

    Increasing carbon storage as soil organic matter helps to mitigate climate change by removing CO2 from the atmosphere. Organic matter is also an important part of building soil health. Additional…

  • Tips for Urban Forest Planning

    The High Line is a green space in New York City

    It’s important to properly plan an urban forest first in order to ensure the greatest chance of success. To assist, West Virginia Division of Forestry recently updated two climate-aware resources for…