The effects on wildlife and the ability of forests to store CO2 from fossil fuels could be enormous. California’s giant sequoias can live for more than 3,000 years, their trunks stretching two car lengths
- National Geographic - Craig Welch
- National Geographic - Jill K. Robinson
In the Amazon Basin, Gordon finds a wealth of opportunities to create his spin on traditional Guyanese cuisine. Sitting in a boat at night on Guyana’s Rewa River, Gordon Ramsay scans the darkness with
- The Guardian - Damian Carrington Environment editor
Climate breakdown and the mass felling of trees has made the world’s forests significantly shorter and younger overall, an analysis shows. The trend is expected to continue, scientists say, with worrying
- Associated Press - By FRANKLIN BRICEÑO, Associated Press
LIMA, Peru (AP) — The men panted from exertion as they climbed the mist-covered hill carrying a coffin with another body in Peru’s largest cemetery, where the dead from the new coronavirus are being buried.