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Is fungi the most underused resource in the fight against climate change?

A particular variant of fungi helps trees and forests absorb CO2 more quickly, helping limit climate change. Image: Unsplash/Maxim Hopman

Stefan Ellerbeck

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Fungi play a critical role in helping forests absorb carbon. Image: BBC

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