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Professor William Moomaw and Stuart Scott
 Maria Gilardin  Contact Contributor
Prof. Moomaw wrote in 2021: Humanity puts out 11 billion tons of carbon each year - amazingly less than half ends up in the atmosphere. NASA satellite data and research show that a bit more than half of the remaining 6 billion tons of carbon are going into forests, plants, wetlands and soils. The other 40 - 45% is being absorbed by the oceans.

However the extraordinary capacity of forests to absorb carbon is being undermined by world-wide logging and clearcutting - which ironically turns forests, that could be our best protection from climate disaster - into yet another powerful source of greenhouse gases.

William Moomaw is Professor Emeritus of International Environmental Policy at Tufts University. Stuart Scott was founder/executive producer of Facing Future TV.
Facing Future TV.

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