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Side-effects of expanding forests could limit their potential to tackle climate change – new study

By James Weber, Lecturer in Atmospheric Radiation, Composition and Climate, University of Reading
James A. King, Research Associate in Climate Change Mitigation, University of Sheffield
Planting trees to remove carbon from the atmosphere will only be effective alongside other strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.The Conversation

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