How much carbon can one tree remove in its lifetime?



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    The amount of carbon that a tree absorbs depends on the type of tree. A large, broad-leaf tree will absorb about 1 tonne of carbon dioxide in a century-long lifetime.

    The carbon that is absorbed allows photosynthesis to take place in the tree, providing it with the energy it needs to survive.

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