A study conducted by the University of California at Irvine concluded that mushrooms growing in spruce forests in Canada, Alaska and Scandinavia can actually reduce carbon dioxide. When the soil’s warmth increases, fungus that feeds on decomposing plant matter dry out, and the natural process of converting carbon in the soil to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is impeded. Warmer climates are not beneficial to the fungus, but the effect can be an asset to reducing global warming.
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