The UK's marshes, bogs and fens provided the bare necessities of daily life for many centuries.
Done right, offsetting projects can benefit local people and make a measurable difference to carbon emissions.
Flooding isn't always destructive – it can be part of our toolkit for restoring ecosystems.
The age of a forest can influence how effectively it offsets our emissions.
The Canadian dialogue on agriculture’s role in climate change is murky. Its time to be more clear and vocal on where challenges and opportunities lie.
The lack of progress by governments in reducing global emissions means bold solutions across multiple fronts are now needed.
Without care, reforestation projects can damage ecosystems and be useless as carbon stores. Here's how to go about it the right way.
Much of the UK's farmland is unproductive. It could be put to better use storing carbon, offering recreation and providing wildlife habitat.
Restoring Britain's woodlands and peatlands isn't just a utopian dream.
If nothing is done now, seas could rise a metre by 2100, and four metres by 2300.
At best, planting trees won't be enough on its own to slow climate change. At worst, it's a dangerous distraction.
'Natural climate solutions' are vital. But huge plantations of the same tree should not count.