How do trees offset carbon?



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    In order for trees to carry out photosynthesis, they require carbon in the form of carbon dioxide.  They absorb carbon dioxide through their leaves.  Through the chemical process of photosynthesis, they combine carbon dioxide, water, and light energy to produce sugar and oxyen.  By absorbing the harmful carbon dioxide they in the air and converting it to oxygen – which all animals need to survive  – they are able to help offset our carbon emissions.

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