Grasslands: A more reliable carbon sink in t…

Welcome back to The Regeneration Weekly, a newsletter delivering regenerative food and agriculture news to your inbox every Friday. Not a subscriber yet? Policy: Across the globe, forests have historically served as a carbon sink, absorbing nearly a quarter of the carbon dioxide (CO₂) emitted by human activities. Therefore, more forests may sound like a good thing, especially given the rising levels of atmospheric CO₂ and

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