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Research has shown that between 2001 and 2019, the world’s forests sequestered about twice as much CO2 as they emitted. Image:  Ed Selfe

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Chief Executive Officer, BioCarbon Partners

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Senior Carbon Specialist, BioCarbon Partners

Tim Tear

International Senior Scientist, BioDiversity Research Institute

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