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Trees on commercial UK plantations 'not helping climate crisis'

10.03.2020
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Exclusive: carbon from most harvested wood soon ends up back in atmosphere, says studyCommercial tree plantations in Britain do not store carbon to help the climate crisis because more than half of the harvested timber is used for less than 15 years and a quarter is burned, according to a new report.While fast-growing non-native conifers can sequester carbon more quickly than slow-growing broadleaved trees, that carbon is released again if the trees are harvested and the wood is burned or used in products with short lifespans, such as packaging, pallets and fencing. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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