Planting trees not always an effective way of binding carbon dioxide

Tree-planting has been widely seen as an effective way of binding carbon as carbon dioxide levels rise in the atmosphere. But now researchers are warning that forests on nutrient-poor land won’t be an additional carbon sink in the long term.Tree-planting has been widely seen as an effective way of binding carbon as carbon dioxide levels rise in the atmosphere. But now researchers are warning that forests on nutrient-poor land won’t be an additional carbon sink in the long term.

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