Scientists Say Nature ‘Is Better at Carbon Farming’

Climate Central: Large forests planted with a single species of tough small trees could capture enough carbon from the atmosphere to slow climate change and green the world's deserts at the same time, researchers say. A group of German scientists says the tree Jatropha curcas is resistant to arid conditions and can thrive where food crops would not survive. Jatropha curcas could be the way to remove atmospheric carbon, the researchers say. Unlike other geo-engineering schemes, which are expensive and rely......

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