New technology using something called nanobubbles—tiny gas bubbles that are several thousand times smaller than a grain of sand—could help fight Ohio’s harmful algal blooms. Testing, with CFAES as a partner, is about to begin.
In America’s fight to reduce carbon emissions, expanding and better managing the nation’s forests would be the cheapest and easiest steps to take.
That’s according to new research by CFAES’ Brent Sohngen, who is slated as one of eight speakers—from academia, government agencies, advocacy groups, and multiple states—in a free public webinar titled “The Economics of U.S. Forests as a Natural Climate Solution.”
Set for April 29, noon to 2 p.m., the webinar is a joint program by CFAES, North Carolina State University, the University of Maine, the University of Idaho, and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations.
Read more about the webinar and Sohngen’s research.
The 2021 Ohio Land Grant Virtual Hemp Conference, “Looking Back to Plan for the Future,” takes place this Friday and Saturday, March 5–6, and if you’d like to be part of it, the deadline to register is by the end of the day tomorrow, Wednesday, March 3. Registration is free.