When these forests are cleared, the lower rates of transpiration may lead to permanent reductions in regional rainfall, and slow recovery of the forest.
Scientific investigation is always advised, but experience suggests some caution in the application of geoengineering of our planet
Polar scientists estimate that the Arctic could be ice-free in the summer by mid-century.
If [carbonyl sulfide shows that] photosynthesis has increased, that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, potentially mitigating climate change.
When forests cover the landscape, they increase the absorption of incoming sunlight