: Regenerated forest is a sponge that absorbs carbon

Regenerated forest is a sponge that absorbs carbon

Tue February 16th, 2016

Research by an international consortium that includes Brazilian scientists shows that secondary vegetation in Latin America absorb 11 times more CO2 from the air than do mature Amazonian forests.

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