Australia’s raging fires. The Amazon up in smoke. A nearly year-round fire season in California. Current events have elevated global concern for our forests, one of the earth’s largest and most essential carbon sinks. Often called “green carbon,” forest ecosystems are critical to carbon sequestration across the world. In the United States, for example, forests store about 16% of all the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted annually by the burning of fossil fuels1.
But what about a different kind of... Read Blog Post