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Climate crisis: what can trees really do for us?

By Rob MacKenzie, Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Birmingham
Rose Pritchard, Presidential Fellow in Social-Environmental Systems, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester
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The world is a much better place for the extra carbon being absorbed by forests, but it can never entirely offset emissions.

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