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November 12, 2009 | CBC News | Published News | Sharon Oosthoek
Chad Delany, Ducks Unlimited
Boreal forests store more than double the carbon originally thought, yet policy-makers overlook their role in fighting climate change, says a report released Thursday by an international conservation group."For reasons that are unclear, boreal forests seem to be the carbon the world forgot," write the authors of a report published by the Seattle-based International Boreal Conservation Campaign (IBCC).When climate change negotiators consider forests' carbon storage potential, they usually look at tropical forests...
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