Is preserving our forests the most important thing we can do to reduce the carbon in our atmosphere?



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    Forest preservation is the first step in atmospheric carbon dioxide reduction. many materials absorb carbon dioxide, oceans do and some rocks even. There is a new concrete on the market that actually absorbs and sequesters carbon dioxide and is hoped to be used in future city construction to help alleviate carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. There are also steps being taken to pump carbon dioxide into underground reserviors such as old salt mines.

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