Remember the 40 to 60 million bison that used to roam the great plains of North America? They — along with the millions of deer, pronghorns, wolves and lesser beasts that once animated prairie ecosystems — have been “competitively displaced,” their habitats taken over by a much greater biomass of humans, cattle, pigs and sheep. And not […]
China is notorious for its air pollution, yet behind the scenes authorities are pouring hundreds of billions of US dollars into renewable energy. As much as Chinese authorities need resolve to tackle air pollution, they also require encouragement. A study by scientists from China, France and the United States provides that, contending that the switch to […]
Featuring Yasmin Asgarali’s first creative video. Yasmin is a member of the CACOR Board of Directors. View Video… This area of the CACOR Website is for publishing CACOR members thoughtful essays, presentations and now our first creative video.
Local Landowner Combating Climate Change By Art Hunter – CACOR member The Ontario Government has a program thru 2025 called “50 Million Tree Program” managed by Forests Ontario to assist Ontario landowners become involved in: Extracting carbon from the atmosphere to combat climate change Diversify Ontario forests Details are described at Ontario Newsroom “Our government is […]
While diesel cars aren’t particularly prevalent in the U.S., they’re prized for their fuel efficiency in Europe. But even though they sip fuel, they also produce far larger quantities of soot and nitrogen oxides compared to gasoline-powered engines. In fact, they’re a major contributor to the declining air quality around the globe that kills over three […]