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Climate crisis finds ample answers in world’s trees

Wednesday 18 Nov 20 10:00am

 

By TIM RADFORD | The great climate change challenge should consider the world’s trees.

New wooden cities and suburbs − that is, new homes fashioned from wood rather than bricks and mortar - could consume 55 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year: that adds up to almost half of the annual greenhouse gas emissions from Europe’s cement industry.

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