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Vegetation shifts can outweigh climate change in desert rangelands

Vegetation shifts can outweigh climate change in desert rangelands

Grasslands across the globe, which support the majority of the world’s grazing animals, have been transitioning to shrub lands in a process that scientists call “woody plant encroachment.” Managed grazing of drylands is the most extensive form of land use on the planet, which has led to widespread efforts to reverse this trend and restore grass...

Byck documentary series Carbon Cowboys hits the web

Byck documentary series Carbon Cowboys hits the web

In his series, Byck details the farming technique known as regenerative grazing, which involves quickly rotating cattle from pasture to pasture, before they can damage the land.

Societal planetary boundaries: When global society endangers the future of our planet

Societal planetary boundaries: When global society endangers the future of our planet

In the latest thought leader piece from the Global Futures Laboratory, "Societal Planetary Boundaries: When Global Society Endangers the Future of Our Planet," Sander van der Leeuw, Manfred Laubichler and Peter Schlosser discuss the unstable state of our global societal systems and how we can change. "We are challenged to find and establish a completely...

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