Community Forests Prepare for Climate Change – From the EOS Blog

“Trees benefit residents in communities around the world by mitigating pollution and other environmental impacts of contemporary society and by broadly improving livability in cities and towns. However, many locales are feeling the heat as urban, or community, forests—defined by the U.S. Forest Service as “the aggregate of all public and private vegetation and green space within a community that provide a myriad of environmental, health and economic benefits”—struggle against a multitude of stressors stemming from climate change.”

To read more, visit https://eos.org/features/community-forests-prepare-for-climate-change

To learn more about New Mexico efforts, visit https://treenm.org/ and The Nature Conservancy

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