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Bill McKibben explains what individuals can do to win the climate fight. Together.

By Jessica McKenzie, January 15, 2024

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Geoff Strong
Geoff Strong
1 month ago

Bill, you have to be careful saying things like forest fires emitting several times more CO2 tan the country does from industry and vehicles. Most (70-80%) of the carbon sequestered by trees lies in the trunks. In the aftermath of a wildfire, many of those trunks are left standing. It is still possible for a caring forestry industry to harvest those trunks for lumber, thus securing that carbon for many more decades or centuries.

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