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Can Trees Really Fight Climate Change?

Season 8 Episode 1 | 10m 44s

For eons, nature has relied on photosynthesis as a big way to keep carbon dioxide levels from getting out of control. But as we have put more carbon into the air, we’ve also cut down many of the forests we need to suck that carbon up. So big tree-planting initiatives like #TeamTrees to the rescue, right? Actually, we need to think bigger. Here’s 3 ways trees can help us solve climate change.

Aired: 02/10/20
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The cosmic distance ladder is the world’s longest ruler, built to measure the universe.
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