Jatropha ‘Carbon Farming’ Could Lower Atmospheric CO2 Levels

Yale Environment 360: The large-scale planting of jatropha trees in the world’s arid regions could help reduce atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide, a new study says. Using computer models and data from plantations in Egypt, India, and Madagascar, a team of German scientists calculated that plantations of the durable, scrubby […]

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