8 thoughts on “‘Wrong type of trees’ in Europe increased global warming”

  1. There are good reasons to plant indigenous. Wild life, leaf mulch quality, watersheds, the wood is more valuable. But not global warming.p

  2. I guess they missed articles like the one from 2012 summed up here:

    Pine trees are one of the biggest contributors to air pollution. They give off gases that react with airborne chemicals creating tiny, invisible particles that muddy the air. Scientists have shown that particles formed by pine trees are much more dynamic than previously thought. The findings can help make climate and air quality prediction models more accurate, and inform regulatory agencies as they consider strategies for improving air quality.

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