Peter Ellis

Peter Ellis is a Forest Carbon Scientist on the Nature Conservancy’s Forest and Climate Team. He loves maps, field work, and big trees.


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Even Forest Superpowers Have Limits

A new paper out in the Journal Nature this week adds a frightening twist to an enduring mystery around the role of forests and climate change. Forest carbon scientist Peter Ellis reports on what this means for conservation.

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A Lung Scan for the Planet: A New Global Forest Change Interactive Map

A map that inspires? The new interactive Global Forest Change Map provides an incredible look at our global forests. And it could change the way we conserve them.

Posted In: Forests
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