Trees aren't a climate change cure-all

By William R.L. Anderegg

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Planting more trees is not a cure-all, but wiping out the trees in the rain forests of Asia and South America is disastrous for the biosphere.

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This is your level JT. There are MORE TREES TODAY than there were 100 years ago!

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The sea is a much more important factor to slow down climate change, the bad news are that it is also very fragile and can turn into a factor that accelerates it.

Trees are important for their local ecology, but for the climate in general the seas are the main star.

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