24 Apr '11, 3pm

Gardening for wildlife - choosing trees: nature’s champion "carbon eaters:"

Gardening for wildlife - choosing trees: nature’s champion "carbon eaters:"

are underway in almost every large U.S. city and on every continent except Antarctica. In most cases, the goal of these initiatives is to employ nature’s champion carbon eaters to help reset Earth’s thermostat. By the end of 2009, homeowners, organizations and communities in 170 countries participating in the United Nation’s Billion Tree Campaign alone had planted 7.4 billion trees.

Full article: http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/National-Wildlife/G...

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Nature’s Schedules: How Animals Really Spend Their Time

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webecoist.com 24 Apr '11, 6pm

Animals in the wild lead busy, busy lives. They have so much to do that it is frankly amazing that we see them without lit...

Australia's carbon emissions rising

Australia's carbon emissions rising

earthtimes.org 24 Apr '11, 1pm

As the Australian economy recovers from the economic slowdown of 2009, the levels of carbon dioxide emissions have also ri...