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Without carbon dioxide uptake by trees, its concentration in the atmosphere would be rising nearly twice as fast as we observe today.
If [carbonyl sulfide shows that] photosynthesis has increased, that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, potentially mitigating climate change.
As the ocean’s stocks of fishes have been depleted under existing policy, some dramatic new changes are needed.
Climate change has already changed how we eat and will continue to do so.
We need to preserve the heritage of species on all corners of the Earth.