With all the attention that wind farms have received lately, it’s important to keep an eye out for the plants and plants-in-the-ground that are going to make the biggest difference in our lives.
A recent report from The Nature Conservancy found that while the United States was home to more than 3.6 million wind turbines in 2011, the U.S. has only around 600,000 plants and trees that can produce their own energy.
So it’s crucial to keep those plants and animals alive.
If we can keep those animals, and the plants, and their relatives, alive, we’ll have a better chance of controlling the amount of CO2 and CO2-related emissions that contribute to climate change.
With that in mind, we decided to create a guide to the plant and animal kingdom that will help you make sense of the latest news from around the world about the world’s most abundant natural resources.
This guide will tell you what you need to know about the most common and important plants and their habitats.
It will help get you started in understanding plant life, including the importance of plant roots for plants and the role they play in photosynthesis.
Learn more about the Conservancy’s Plant Life Guide.