Rise of the "carbon farmers"

08/1/2013 | BBC

Researchers say it might be possible to curb atmospheric carbon by planting jatropha trees in desert areas, in a process known as "carbon farming." The hardy trees thrive in arid conditions and absorb considerable amounts of carbon dioxide, though there are concerns about their effect on regular farming.

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