It is not individual trees themselves, but rather the amount of carbon they are expected to offset or sequester, that helps people earn carbon credits. According to the article cited below, most deciduous forests sequester less than two tons of CO2 per acre annually, while coniferous forests tend to sequester more. The specific species of tree as well as the number of trees in a given area all play into the equation of carbon credits.
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