Forests help reduce global warming in more ways than one

Science & Tech

When it comes to cooling the planet, forests have more than one trick up their trees.   Tropical forests help cool the average global temperature by more than 1 degree Celsius, a new study finds. The effect stems largely from forests’ capacity to capture and store atmospheric carbon (SN: 11/18/21). But around one-third of that…

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