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The urban-rural climate divide should be bridged by nature

Karly Matthews of ACC writes in The Hill that the urban-rural climate divide should be bridged by nature.

The C3 Take
  • People in rural areas care about climate change, they just don’t view big government initiatives as the best way to address the problem.
  • One solution to climate change that both urbanites and rural residents can agree on is natural climate solutions (NCS).
  • NCS such as tree planting, cover crops, and other conservation efforts are effective at sequestering CO2 and ecologically improve the areas in which they are enacted.
  • While energy innovation and other measures are certainly important to tackling climate change, nature-based solutions are especially important to bridging the rural-urban divide on climate.

“While we cannot stop at natural climate solutions and must continue building a consensus for clean energy and other solutions, the beauty of nature-based solutions is that they serve many purposes to many stakeholders and can be enacted right now.”

Read the full article here.

The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.

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