Planting trees in drylands unlikely to curb global warming, Israeli study finds

Enviro & Legislation

Planting forests in drylands all over the world is unlikely to help in the fight against global warming and climate change, according to Israeli research that cast a question mark over massive tree planting projects being undertaken by countries such as China. Trees absorb carbon dioxide when they photosynthesize to make food (sugars), and by…

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