Planting 1.2 Trillion Trees Could Cancel Out a Decade of CO2 Emissions, Scientists Find

https://e360.yale.edu/digest/planting-1-2-trillion-trees-could-cancel-out-a-decade-of-co2-emissions-scientists-find

There is enough room in the world’s existing parks, forests, and abandoned land to plant 1.2 trillion additional trees, which would have the CO2 storage capacity to cancel out a decade of carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new analysis by ecologist Thomas Crowther and colleagues at ETH Zurich, a Swiss university.

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Original Title: Planting 1.2 Trillion Trees Could Cancel Out a Decade of CO2 Emissions, Scientists Find
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