Here’s some of the stories that have captured Life & Soul Magazine’s attention this week:
Solar and crop production research shows ‘multi-solving’ climate benefits – Agrivoltaics researchers are finding that the multiple benefits from pairing solar power and crops production help increase citizen engagement, support, according to Yale Climate Connections.
8 Amazing Benefits from Street Trees – Trees for Streets provides a whistle-stop tour of the myriad benefits of the humble street tree.
Farmers to be paid to restore soil health under new post-Brexit subsidy scheme – Conservationists say scheme is not bold enough to force farmers to go green, The Independent writes.
Saving the dinosaurs: Startups drive to electrify fossil-fuel cars – A growing cohort of European and American startups seeking to carve out roles in the auto transition by converting the roaring dinosaurs of the fossil-fuel age into clean electric vehicles (EVs), Reuters reports.
This Dutch Initiative Aims To Speed Up Forest Planting – The Netherlands has a scheme, Meerbomenu, to create new forests fast by relocating unwanted saplings from existing forests to be replanted where they are needed, according to the WEF.
Image Credit: Meerbomenu
Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living