Danger From Climate Change and Storms a Year After Superstorm Sandy | TIME.com
“There’s been just remarkable development along the coast,” says Scott Knowles, a professor at Drexel University and author of The Disaster Experts: Mastering Risk in Modern America. “It’s not that the storms are necessarily worse in any objective way. It’s that we have put more people and property in harm’s way.”Carbon farming: it's a nice theory, but don't get your hopes up | World news | theguardian.com
Depressingly, Kirkegaard and his colleagues found there was more carbon in the soil plots where the straw was burnt rather than incorporated into the soil.