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Controlled burning of natural environments could help offset our carbon emissions

Friday 24 Dec 21 12:00pm

 

PLANTING trees and suppressing wildfires do not necessarily maximize the carbon storage of natural ecosystems. A new study has found that prescribed burning can actually lock in or increase carbon in the soils of temperate forests, savannahs and grasslands.

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