Wet tropical forest on the Osa Peninsula. Photo courtesy Cory Cleveland.

New research by professor Cory Cleveland looks at how forests globally will respond to long-term climate change. His findings suggest that climate-change driven increases in rainfall in warm, wet forests are likely to cause increased plant growth. Read more.

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When it comes to carbon sequestration and climate change adaptation, we can have our cake and eat it too, says professor Andrew Larson, about his new research, highlighted in Science, on how tree density affects carbon storage.