Climate change and deforestation: These 3 supertrees can protect us from climate collapse

 Good News Notes:

“The Brazil nut tree makes, well, tasty nuts. But its real superpower is channeling an extraordinary amount of water from the soil to the sky, making the rainforest rain.”

“Our current climate crisis is a result of humans putting too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Luckily, trees (and other natural systems) can remove and store some of that carbon. The stilt mangrove is unusually good at this task.”

“A wide, tall tree with dense wood, Afrormosia is an important carbon sink in the Congo Basin rainforest. But its superpower is its resilience and ability to support other species — and the entire ecosystem — around it.”

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