Forest Growth Accelerating In Canada Due To CO2 ‘Fertilizer Effect’

In Education, Energy, Politics, Research by Michael Rae

Rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are accelerating the growth of B.C.’s forests by one to three per cent a year, enough to cancel out the impact on the climate from the mountain pine beetle outbreak by 2020, according to a new study from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.


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