Dr. James Kielbaso was featured in the Autumn 2012 edition of University of Dayton magazine.
Researchers at Michigan State University will use a $1.5 million grant to help India manage its forests and reduce the developing nation's greenhouse gas emissions.
Do you have a high quality, digital photo of forests, trees, or a MSU Department of Forestry-related activity? If so, enter the MSU Forestry Photo Contest!
At a recent review meeting held in Tsavo, Kenya, the United Nations Environment Program and several affiliated international programs adopted a new forest and agriculture carbon monitoring tool that has been developed by Michigan State University.
MSU Department of Forestry faculty and experts will be working directly with the government of India to build national capacity to measure forest carbon and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in the forestry sector in India.
Congratulations to the folks up at the Forest Biomass Innovation Center (FBIC) for successfully hosting the first Woody Biomass Field Day on August 21, 2012.
There is a strong probability that climate change is influencing certain extreme weather events. And we should expect more of it as the climate changes.
A new graduate certificate program at Michigan State University (MSU) will take on climate change with an innovative approach.