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This Alaskan Forest Eats a Ton of Carbon. The Trump Administration Wants to Let Loggers Cut It Down.
The Trump administration just declared open season on the biggest temperate rainforest in the world, which naturally stores about half the amount of carbon the U.S. releases every year. If that forest
The plan would roll back protections for 9.2 million acres of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. The Trump administration on Tuesday took a significant step toward opening the world’s largest intact temperate