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Trees Are The Best Carbon Capture Technology In The World

Trees are our most valuable asset when it comes to carbon sequestration. Unlike other forms of carbon capture technology, trees can be sustainably managed to ensure their continued ability to capture carbon. Our foresters play a vital role in utilizing forest restoration practices such as thinning and the removal of downed timber to enhance the forest carbon sink, while also preventing carbon losses.

Through photosynthesis, trees absorb CO2, convert it into energy-rich organic molecules such as glucose, and release oxygen back into the atmosphere at the same time. Trees use the energy from these organic molecules to grow, repair themselves, and produce seeds. As the tree grows and matures, it also stores some of the carbon in its trunk, branches, and roots.

Closed system carbon cycle step 1
Closed system carbon cycle

The carbon cycle in a forest is the process by which carbon is exchanged between the atmosphere, plants, and soil in a forest ecosystem. It plays a crucial role in regulating the Earth's climate and plays a major role in the functioning of ecosystems.

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