Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 24, 2022

How Different Wetlands Fight Climate Change

BayNature reports

Wetlands breathe in carbon dioxide, but can breathe out methane.
Wetlands excel at removing carbon dioxide from the air and storing it. Around the Bay and Delta, where tens of thousands of acres are planned for restoration, a UC Berkeley researcher tries to understand which types of wetland offer the greatest benefit.

Read article at  How Different Wetlands Fight Climate Change – Bay Nature


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