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Urban greenery plays a surprising role in greenhouse gas emissions

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Urban greenery plays a surprising role in greenhouse gas emissionsPasadena CA (JPL) Nov 18, 2020

Burning fossil fuels in densely populated regions greatly increases the level of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. The largest carbon dioxide sources are cars, trucks, ports, power generation, and industry, including manufacturing. Urban greenery adds CO2 to the atmosphere when vegetation dies and decomposes, increasing total emissions. Urban vegetation also removes this gas from the atmo
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