The answer to this question depends entirely upon where the tree is planted. When trees are in their appropriate regions, they thrive, and thus photosynthesize well and reduce carbon dioxide. Fast-growing trees or long-living trees are also especially good for carbon dioxide reduction, since fast-growing trees photosynthesize at a higher rate and long-living trees just have more time to take in carbon dioxide. However, the biggest factor is the tree’s appropriateness for its environment.
When planting trees on your own property, low-maintenance trees are often a pretty good bet for carbon dioxide reduction. Having to tend to the tree often negates the carbon dioxide that it takes up.
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