1/27/2010

Green parks located in dry climates bring thick carbon-capturing grass to regions normally populated by sparse native vegetation and could increase the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere, according to a University of California, Irvine, scientist. When including estimates about how much energy and fuel was required to manage land, the resulting carbon footprint was 10 times the amount the park's green area could absorb, the scientist says.

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