Protecting forests delivers enormous global economic and climate benefits, but new research shows these benefits can be unequal—with international stakeholders gaining most, and local communities bearing substantial costs.
That’s the takeaway of a new study on the costs and benefits of conserving forests, focusing on Tanzania’s Eastern Arc Mountains, a global biodiversity hotspot...
The University of Vermont’s new Institute for Agroecology (IfA) held its flagship summit, Seeding Transformation, a global forum on food systems and agroecology last week to mark the launch of its global programs.
After a summer of extreme weather—historic rainfall, devastating floods, wildfire smoke—leaf peeping season has finally arrived in Vermont and New England.
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- UVM Team Joins $8.5M National Effort to Bring Earth Data to Decision-Makers
- Gund Institute Seeks Strategic Communications Manager
- Announcing the FSRC PhD Fellows Class of 2023
- COVID-19 Food Support Programs Are Ending. Now What? Research May Hold Answers
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