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YES, A TRILLION TREES

read with interest the editor’s article commenting on a recent study in the journal Science that recommends an immediate global reforestation strategy to plant at least a trillion trees to fight climate change (“A Trillion, Give or Take,” Land Matters, August). I was rather taken aback by the

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