Climate change fight should shift to look at forest policy, scientist says

Science & Tech

A couple are dwarfed by old growth tress as they walk in Avatar Grove near Port Renfrew, B.C., on Oct. 5, 2021.JONATHAN HAYWARD/The Canadian PressCanada hasn’t paid enough attention to what could be a leafy, green ally in the fight against climate change, says one of the country’s most prominent scientists.“We need to talk about…

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