End old-growth logging in carbon-rich ‘crown jewel’ of U.S. forests: Study

End old-growth logging in carbon-rich ‘crown jewel’ of U.S. forests: Study

The Tongass National Forest in the U.S. state of Alaska is a special place for conservation biologist Dominick DellaSala, even after decades of traveling the world to study temperate rainforests. “The trees are enormous,” DellaSala, chief scientist at the Earth Island Institute’s World Heritage project, told Mongabay. “It’s like being in a cathedral. It’s an […]

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