The only way to save our national forests from climate change, would be to prevent the climate from changing because of our actions. This means lowering carbon dioxide emissions, and offsetting the excess today, so that the climate can stabilize. If the “tipping point” occurs, where we go past the point of return of a stable climate, then we will not be able to manage what will happen to our forests. Natural disasters and migrating forests will dictate the landscape and there will be little we can do. An example of this would be the forest fires over the past 10 years, and the increased severity of them.
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