Forests

Protecting large trees for wildlife also benefits climate, study says

Large trees — especially those that are 21 inches in diameter or more — offer valuable benefits to forests, as well as outsized help with the biodiversity and climate crises.

Large trees — especially those that are 21 inches in diameter or more — offer valuable benefits to forests, as well as outsized help with the biodiversity and climate crises. Image: Unsplash/sebastian_unrau

Cristen Hemingway Jaynes
Writer, Pegasus Publishing House
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