Role of forest regrowth in global carbon sink dynamics  By Thomas A. M. Pugh, Mats Lindeskog, Benjamin Smith, Benjamin Poulter, Almut Arneth, Vanessa Haverd, and Leonardo Calle
PNAS March 5, 2019

Examining the Viability of Planting Trees to Help Mitigate Climate Change By Alan Buis,  NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 

7 November 2019

By Nathaniel Rich
Photographs and Videos by George Steinmetz
AUG. 1, 2018

Research shows a trillion trees could be planted to capture huge amount of carbon dioxide 4 July 2019

Les arbres, une arme contre le réchauffement climatique

Reforester massivement la Terre serait l’une des solutions les plus efficaces pour atténuer le changement climatique, selon une étude parue dans « Science ». 5 juillet 2019

Arthropod decline in grasslands and forests is associated with landscape-level drivers 30 October 2019

The results of this study  show that there are widespread declines in arthropod biomass, abundance and the number of species across trophic levels. Arthropod declines in forests demonstrate that loss is not restricted to open habitats. The results suggest that major drivers of arthropod decline act at larger spatial scales, and are (at least for grasslands) associated with agriculture at the landscape level. This implies that policies need to address the landscape scale to mitigate the negative effects of land-use practices.

Introduction to Land Use from the COP25 site