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Forests can't handle all the net-zero emissions plans – companies and countries expect nature to offset too much carbon

By Doreen Stabinsky, Professor of Global Environmental Politics, College of the Atlantic
Kate Dooley, Research Fellow, Climate & Energy College, The University of Melbourne
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Yes, trees and soils can absorb and store carbon, but the carbon doesn’t stay stored forever. That’s one of the problems with how net-zero plans for the climate are being designed.The Conversation

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