The Climate Toolkit
Month: September 2021

Biochar– a substance made by burning organic waste like dead plants, leaves, and wood chips – appears to have promise as a climate change mitigating soil enhancer. In fact, its potential is being researched right now at Morton Arboretum by …

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Waste management is an essential component of a holistic, institutional approach to addressing climate change, from the reduction and elimination of single-use plastics to composting and recycling. We interviewed Adam Harkins, the director of facilities at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, …

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The fourth Climate Toolkit Webinar Series explores examples of rainwater collection, reducing institutional water consumption, new research on how climate change is impacting our waterways, and communicating research to the public. The Webinar includes presentations from Dr. Adam J. Heathcote, senior scientist at …

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