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Textiles from the Congo and other countries could be banned in EU, EU officials say

Textiles, footwear and other agricultural products imported from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and other African countries could face restrictions in Europe, as the European Union aims to combat a growing threat to its livelihoods.

European Union officials told reporters that the bloc would begin a process to ban all textiles and agricultural products from the DRC and the neighbouring countries of Burundi and South Sudan on January 15, 2017.

This is a significant milestone for us as a trading partner,” an EU spokesman told reporters.”

We are determined to reduce trade in commodities to the lowest levels possible, in line with our obligations under international law.

“The European Union will work with its trade partners to ensure that the goods are manufactured in compliance with the rules, which will include ensuring that textiles do not contain insecticides or other harmful substances.

The EU has been taking action against textile exports since at least 2010, when the bloc imposed sanctions on a Russian textile company, accusing it of using slave labor in the Driba region of South Sudan.

The European Commission has since imposed a raft of restrictions on the country, including an embargo on all textile exports from March 2014 until March 2019.

The ban comes as the EU is trying to reduce its trade deficit with South Sudan, which was at $2.6 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach $5.9 billion by 2019.

South Sudan is Africa’s biggest importer of textiles.

The country is struggling to reduce the impact of the conflict in neighboring Congo.

The government says it is fighting corruption and human rights violations.

The EU is considering introducing tariffs on textile imports from Burundian and Sudanese countries, the spokesman said.

The new measures would be part of a broader European Commission action plan to tackle the trade deficit between the bloc and South Africa, which is also seeking to limit its trade with the Droga region, where it has a substantial textile industry.

The measures could be put in place as early as next year, the EU said.

How to protect your ecological habitat and save it from a future extinction

There are a lot of species that have an enormous impact on our planet.

The impact of the human population on the natural system is enormous, and that’s why we need to take the time to take action to preserve our planet’s ecosystems.

A recent study found that our global carbon footprint has grown by 7,000 percent since 1980.

A report published in Science Magazine found that the carbon pollution of the planet today exceeds that of the industrial revolution.

We are responsible for the majority of the greenhouse gas emissions that have been linked to climate change.

And if we don’t get serious about cleaning up our own carbon footprint, we will only be able to continue to damage our planet, while continuing to enjoy a warmer and more prosperous world.

It’s a complicated process, but the science is clear: It’s our responsibility to protect our own planet from the effects of human-induced climate change, which will be a real and serious threat to the existence of our planet and to life on Earth.

We need to act now to protect ecosystems and to help prevent the future extinction of many species, especially ones that can thrive in the face of our increasing pollution.

But it’s not just the impact of carbon pollution that’s important.

Environmental protection has also been shown to be one of the most effective tools to protect human health and the environment.

A study in the journal PLOS One found that people who live in communities with a high concentration of plants and animals had a higher chance of surviving cancer.

We also have evidence that environmental protection may help prevent some cancers, especially for older people, people with chronic illnesses, and children and adolescents.

So if we want to save our planet from extinction, we need a more holistic approach to protecting our planet as well as our lives.

In the past, scientists have identified a few ways to protect ecological systems.

These include the use of a variety of tools, including biological and chemical methods, as well micro- and macro-level interventions, such as monitoring and research.

Now, with new technologies that allow us to observe the health of organisms at a molecular level, we can identify the environmental conditions that have the greatest impact on their health, such to a certain extent that we can better plan our efforts and develop effective interventions.

For example, a new method called the molecular biosensor could be used to measure the levels of certain chemical compounds that affect plants, fungi, bacteria and viruses.

It could also be used as a tool for monitoring the carbon footprint of food, water and other resources.

The technology could also allow us more accurately monitor carbon emissions from the production and transport of energy.

The potential benefits for our health are enormous.

In fact, a study in Science found that in areas where there is the greatest human impact, such the developing world, a reduction in pollution can lead to an increase in life expectancy of up to 10 years.

And it’s important to note that the number of species in a given area can also have a big impact on its biodiversity.

For example, the world’s oceans have a number of ecosystems that could be endangered if we are not careful with how we manage these ecosystems.

It is not only the number that matters.

There is also the impact on biodiversity that has to be taken into account.

Another tool we can use is to develop new ways to monitor and study species.

A few years ago, researchers at the University of Bristol developed a novel method called biogeographic sampling.

This method can be used for species surveys that involve remote sensing, where a scientist tracks the movements of certain species across a geographic area.

Using biogeographical sampling, it is possible to track changes in populations in the course of decades.

Researchers can then apply the data from the biogeography sampling to determine which species are in decline and which ones are thriving.

These are the types of methods that are being used to study how climate change impacts the health and ecosystems of our world.

The key is to know what’s important for the health, and what is the least important thing.

To do that, we have to ask the right questions.

One way to do that is to use biogeographers to collect information about specific populations and ecosystems, such using techniques such as molecular genetic analysis, which allows researchers to track individual genes and to map the structure of the genomes of organisms.

This information can then be used in ways that can inform conservation efforts.

It can also be useful for studying natural history in the wild, for example, to determine the role of climate change in the evolution of species.

We can also use bio-geographic surveys to monitor changes in population density and habitat use.

The more people living in a certain area, the more we can measure their effects on biodiversity.

A survey in the United States found that when populations were relatively small, it would be possible to find the areas where populations had increased.

This is because people move in

A ‘grassland’ ecological protection scheme in Australia

Posted October 05, 2018 07:15:04 Indigenous Australians in Western Australia are calling for an Indigenous community-based protected area in their backyards, after being denied the opportunity to apply for the zone, despite the proposed law.

Key points:The proposed ‘grasslands ecological protection zone’ would allow Indigenous Australians to cultivate, harvest, and use vegetation and animal habitats on land in the ‘wilderness’ of the bushThe proposed law also gives farmers and landowners greater control over their own land, as well as access to public lands and parksThe proposed legislation is due to be debated in the Upper House of Parliament this monthThe area would be managed by a local community-driven group called the Ecological Protection Zone (EPZ), and the area would have “wilderness” and “wildlife” sections, with “wild life” to be restricted to areas where people would not be allowed to graze, hunt, or otherwise disturb vegetation and wildlife.

Key Points:The ‘grassfield’ section of the proposed ‘ecological’ zone would be a place where Indigenous people could cultivate, collect, harvest and use flora and fauna, and other non-human habitatsThe group, which will also be able to apply to the state’s Department of Environment, says the plan is not in the national interestThe proposed EPZ, known as the ‘grassfields’ section, would be located on lands in the bush in the Kimberley and the Galilee regions of Western Australia, which were previously under the jurisdiction of the Indigenous Land Council of Australia.

In an email to ABC News, the group’s director of operations, Lisa Kwan, said the plan was not in line with the “environmentally sustainable, economically sustainable and ecologically sensitive landscape” that the state needed to be.

“There is a strong belief in Western Australians that we can and should be stewards of the natural resources that exist within the Kimberleys and the adjacent Galilees,” Ms Kwan said.

“This is something that our indigenous peoples have long recognised as part of our cultural heritage, and they have fought for and fought for this in a very long time.”

Ms Kwan did not specify what areas the proposed section would cover, but said it would allow Aboriginal people to “establish their own small, protected areas that they can use as they wish”.

“It is the most significant development of the EPZ and it’s something that we would be pleased to have implemented and have the support of the WA Government,” she said.

The ‘wildlife’ section would be the “biggest development of [the EPZ] and the most exciting development in the community for many reasons”.

“We believe the ‘Wildlife’ Section is the first step in the Indigenous community’s right to establish their own habitat in the wilderness,” Ms Kaan said.

Topics:environment,environmental-policy,environment-and-energy,community-and/or-community-organisations,people,law-crime-and‑justice,australiaFirst posted October 05; updated October 05:16:46This story has been updated with information from Ms Kaen’s statement.

Topics in this story:ecology,environment,government-and-(parties) foram,wa,aurelton-3957,walesFirst posted September 24, 2018 09:43:27

How to avoid climate change: The key to avoiding climate change

In this week’s edition of The Ecological Model Protection Guide, we talk about the basics of using the model to understand the threat of climate change.

1 / 2 The Ecologic Model Protection guide: What is it and how do I use it?

The Ecologic model is the foundation of a whole host of other climate change related topics.

The first step is to understand what the model is and how it works.

If you’re already an expert in a subject and want to learn more, check out our articles on how to develop a model and how to use it.

Then, take some time to research and think about how the model can be used to help protect biodiversity.

It is not a scientific model, but rather a way of visualizing how environmental changes could affect the world.

We use the model because it’s an open source, open source data set.

So if you’re interested in this topic, read through the topics below.

For more information on this topic: 1 / 3 How to get started with the Ecologic Models Climate Modeling Guide (pdf) The model can help protect wildlife habitat, which is why the model contains data on the range and composition of species.

Its use can help inform conservation strategies, such as using models to guide the management of threatened species and communities.

There is also a wealth of data that can help you understand what happens to species as they migrate from one location to another.

Learn more about the models here.

Read the summary for The Ecographic Model Protection Handbook.

Resources for learning more: The Climate Model Protection Manual The Nature Conservancy’s Global Change Tracker: The World’s Climate Change Threats (pdf, 1.7 MB) National Geographic’s Climate and Climate Change: A Guide to the Future (pdf 2.4 MB)

An eco-crisis: How will India meet its carbon emission targets?

A new study has projected that by 2030, India’s CO2 emissions could reach over 10 million metric tons.

The study, titled An eco (eco-c)risis, will be presented at the Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa on Saturday.

It is the latest in a series of studies that highlight the importance of taking a comprehensive approach to tackling climate change and tackling CO2.

The study, which was prepared by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSEC) of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Pune, found that India could meet its climate change emissions targets with a “sustainable and sustainable” carbon pricing scheme, with the cheapest and most cost-effective emissions to come from renewable energy.

India is set to surpass its targets to cut its CO2 intensity by 10 per cent by 2030 from its current levels.

It will also meet its targets for reducing emissions from land use change, including deforestation and grazing.

The CSEC study found that a carbon pricing regime that is based on the “equilibrium” price of carbon, would help India to meet its CO 2 emissions targets and could provide an effective alternative to the existing policy framework.

“The government has proposed a carbon price, but what is a carbon priced scheme, a carbon-based policy, and what is the right way to structure it?” said Dr. Gopal Yadav, chairperson of the Centre’s CSEC group.

“What is the best way to deal with the emissions that we are putting out?”

India is already in the top 5 countries in terms of CO2 per capita.

The country is estimated to emit almost 20 per cent of its CO3 emissions by 2030.

But a carbon based policy, where all emitters are paid based on their carbon footprint, could help curb the rise in the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere.

India has already made significant progress on tackling climate action in recent years.

In April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a series to increase investments in solar power, clean energy, and a new national forest.

But the country still lags behind the global average of 5.7 per cent emissions reduction.

The country is also a long way from achieving its CO₂ target of 26 to 28 per cent reduction by 2020.

The government is planning to set an ambitious target of 30 per cent reductions by 2030 and then double it to 50 per cent.

But it will be difficult to meet this target with a carbon fee-based approach.

In the first five years of this century, India is projected to exceed its carbon emissions targets by more than 3,500 metric tons, while it has pledged to reduce its emissions by around 7,000 metric tons by 2030 to a target of 2.2 per cent COℓ.

According to the study, India could achieve the 2.0 per cent target if it was able to implement the following five steps:Lower carbon emissions by 25 per cent compared to 2020.

Improve the efficiency of coal-fired power generation.

Ensure a low carbon intensity (CEI) model is used for all energy generation and consumption, including hydro, thermal, nuclear and renewables.

Implement a carbon tax.

Develop a carbon credit scheme for all sectors, including agriculture, mining, transport, cement and textiles.

“A carbon pricing system can help India address its CO emissions,” said Dr Gopal.

“We should take into account that the government is making an effort to reduce the overall emission.

In the long run, the benefits from reducing CO2 will be greater than the emissions.”

India is also working on a “zero-carbon economy”, which would replace its dependence on fossil fuels with a zero-carbon energy system.

Which are the best ways to protect the ecology in America?

As we approach the 20th century, some of the best approaches to preserving and protecting the ecology and biodiversity in America are getting a lot of attention.

This week, we’re taking a look at the most promising approaches, and also some ways to make the most of what’s at stake.

But first, let’s look at how the U.S. government has done things, to assess how well it’s doing, and to make recommendations.

The EPA and EPA-related policies The EPA has had some significant successes in its efforts to protect America’s ecology.

The agency has established a number of environmental protection agencies to oversee key sectors, like the transportation industry, and the coal industry.

Some of the most notable successes have been protecting air and water, as well as reducing pollution, which is an important step for America’s economy and the environment.

But it has been the EPA that has done the most, as it has established the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), which aims to “promote national environmental stewardship and the preservation of the environment.”

These policies have been particularly helpful for the nation’s coal miners, who often struggle to meet the environmental standards required for mine operations.

But the NEPA has been plagued by problems, including a failure to meet a number that have been established by the Clean Air Act, and a lack of enforcement.

In addition, NEPA hasn’t been fully implemented, because it was passed by Congress and has not been signed into law.

It also doesn’t address the problem of how to deal with pollution from coal-fired power plants.

So while the agency is a powerful player, the problem is that the EPA is not in charge of the rules that are supposed to guide the agency, and there’s no single enforcement agency to enforce them.

The most important federal laws protecting the environment in the United States are the Clean Water Act, the Clean Power Plan, and many other federal laws.

The Clean Air and Clean Water Acts are designed to protect Americans from the harmful effects of air pollution, including mercury and acid rain, and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases.

The federal government is also responsible for ensuring that the environment and our natural resources are preserved and managed.

This includes environmental regulations that help protect our water and air from pollution, as the Clean Energy Act has also done for decades.

The Trump administration has also tried to use federal authority to regulate the fossil fuel industry, which has become one of the major drivers of climate change.

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, or ENDA, created the Energy Independence Conservation Fund, or EICF, to help meet the federal government’s environmental responsibilities.

The EICf is intended to help reduce the cost of fossil fuel production, reduce carbon emissions, and provide incentives for the use of renewable energy.

But in recent years, Congress has also taken up the issue of climate policy.

The ENDA has been used as an excuse to impose costly restrictions on the coal mining industry, even though there’s not enough data to show that coal production has contributed to global warming.

The Environmental Protection Agency also has taken action to protect our waterways from pollution from fracking and other energy extraction.

And last year, the Trump administration announced that it was ending its efforts in the Great Lakes to protect endangered species from pollution.

These efforts have helped reduce the number of endangered species in the region.

Environmental policies can also be used to protect other areas, including wetlands, lakes, and other places that have become critical to America’s economic health.

But as we have seen, it’s also possible to use environmental policies to protect a specific resource, such as the Great Barrier Reef.

These types of policies can help preserve certain ecosystems, such that the Great Barriers can support species that would otherwise be threatened.

Protecting wildlife and aquatic life There are a variety of ways that environmental protection can help wildlife and other species.

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has a wide variety of programs that protect animals and the habitats that they live in, including protecting salmon and other sea mammals and other marine species from oil spills and other industrial activities.

The NMFS has also worked to protect wildlife from fishing gear, fishing, and overfishing.

Other government agencies also play a significant role in protecting species.

These include the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS), and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Wildlife is a major resource for many Americans, and protecting it is essential to a healthy, thriving economy.

But for those who depend on wildlife for food and habitat, protecting their species is often more important than protecting their environment.

The government has been actively involved in the management of the marine environment for a long time.

The Endangered Species Act has protected species from extinction since it was first passed in 1872.

The Wildlife Resources Conservation Act (WRCA), passed in 1973, is the only federal law protecting species

Which species of wildlife are protected in India?

In 2017, the country was the third-most protected country in the world, behind the US and the UK.

The country is home to more than 4,000 species of mammals, amphibians, birds, reptiles and fishes.

The National Biodiversity Conservation Act has protected over 6,000 endangered species since the law was passed in 1972, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

There are more than 20,000 plants and animal species that are currently threatened by extinction in India, according to the WWF.

While India has become a world leader in conservation, it is also home to many of the world’s most endangered species, including elephants, tigers, lions, rhinos, rhinoceros, tigers and elephants.

India is home for more than 200,000 mammals and more than 1.5 million birds.

India has one of the largest wild elephant populations in the country.

In 2017 there were approximately 1,200,000 wild elephants living in the forests, which is one of most-populated in the entire world.

The government says that if wild elephants are left unchecked, there is a chance that they could wipe out the country’s remaining wildlife.

India also has some of the highest deforestation rates in the region, with a loss of approximately 20,827 hectares of forests each year.

In addition to the elephants, the government says the country has an estimated 1,700 wild tigers, with an estimated 10,000 individuals roaming the forests.

Wildlife protection in India has come under pressure from a number of environmental groups, who say the government is not doing enough to protect wildlife and is prioritizing development over conservation.

This is the second of a two-part series on climate change. Part I: What’s happening to our oceans

By: Peter Gleick The oceans are warming, and scientists say the problem is far from over.

But what exactly is going on?

What’s driving the problem?

What’s the threat to coral reefs?

What is causing global warming?

And what is the best way to mitigate it?

In Part II, I will discuss the potential impacts of global warming on the oceans and the importance of coral reefs.

Part III will focus on how coral reefs are already being impacted by climate change, and what the impacts of climate change will be on coral reefs going forward.

What’s happening?

The oceans are rapidly warming due to two different factors.

First, carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is increasing.

As CO2 levels rise, the oceans absorb more and more of the heat from Earth.

As a result, oceans are becoming more acidic, which means they absorb more CO2 and release more of it back into the atmosphere.

This results in more water that is more likely to freeze, which can further increase the rate at which the oceans heat up.

This can make the oceans warmer.

Second, there is also more and less sunlight hitting the Earth’s surface.

As the Earth warms, its surface becomes warmer, and as that warming happens, it heats the oceans.

As more water heats up the oceans, more and further below the surface, the water starts to freeze.

This increases the rate of warming and can make them warmer, as well.

As the oceans get warmer, the amount of water below the ocean surface rises.

As it gets warmer, it can become more dense, and thus more dense it can absorb more water, which further increases the heat that can be absorbed.

As water gets denser, it also absorbs more heat.

As such, the warmer the water, the more heat it absorbs.

The problem is, as we all know, the heat and heat that is absorbed by the water increases with time, which is why it gets hotter as the oceans warm up.

As oceans get hotter, the Earth becomes more crowded, with more heat absorbing and less absorbing heat absorbing surfaces, and this heat is trapped in the ocean as heat.

The water at the surface of the ocean will start to freeze more, and more ice crystals form on the ocean floor.

The resulting heat is stored in the ice, which then expands in the depths of the oceans to form glaciers and ice sheets.

As water warms more, it is going to accumulate more CO 2 in the oceans , and that’s why we see warming over the oceans becoming more extreme.

As this is happening, CO 2 is also releasing into the air.

As we’ve seen, the CO 2 from burning fossil fuels is also trapping heat in the earth, and the more we burn fossil fuels, the hotter the world gets.

As that temperature rises, CO2 in the air is released into the world’s atmosphere.

As global warming continues, CO

How to protect the ecology of the Italian countryside

By Giuseppe Giacchino and Giuseppi D’AgostinoMorelia – 15 September 2016In the heart of the Tuscan region, a few hundred metres away from the river, lies a patch of woodland that is home to a unique species of plant, the green-and-white alfalfa.

Alfalfae, which are the European common name for the alfajar grass, are an indigenous species of grass native to Italy.

They have been domesticated since the late 1800s and have been cultivated for their fibre, nut and seed.

However, the plants’ ecological and genetic diversity has been under threat since the introduction of the weedkiller glyphosate in the late 1980s, which killed some of their native inhabitants.

According to the European Union, more than 200 species of plants and animals are at risk from glyphosate and other herbicides, mostly because they have been grown for their fibres, nut, seeds, flowers and other nutritional value.

The European Commission estimates that more than 2.5 billion tonnes of glyphosate residues were used globally between 2004 and 2015.

This was the biggest single herbicide in history, displacing other widely used weedkillers, including the neonicotinoid insecticides, which have caused widespread bee losses, and the carrageenan insecticide, which has been linked to a global decline in the number of fish and the amphibian populations.

As a result, the European Commission has set up the Eco-Toxics Strategy (ETS) to safeguard the ecology and health of ecosystems in Europe.

The aim of the ETS is to develop and implement the best possible strategies to protect and preserve the biodiversity and the livelihoods of ecosystems and their inhabitants, which can be achieved through the application of environmental protection, the prevention and management of toxic effects on ecosystems and the protection of the public health.

The ETS has been launched in response to the glyphosate crisis and will be launched in all European Union Member States in the autumn of 2019.

In the early 1980s the farmers of the Piazza delle Scuola near Milan began cultivating alfafalfa to produce its fibre.

This attracted the attention of scientists who realised that the grasses’ fibre was not only nutritionally valuable but also a source of nitrogen, which the plant absorbs and utilises.

The alfafa grasses were not only the local source of fiber but also the only source of protein, which is crucial for human health.

They also had a high yield, which they could use for building their own crops and for their own livestock.

The farmers were very proud of their success.

They were making a profit of €10 per hectare.

This success has not been repeated by the farmers, who continue to produce alfefa, which was grown on a small scale and which is currently valued at around €50 per hectale in Italy.

The same situation is now occurring in the neighbouring area of the village of Monte Vigna in northern Italy, which used to produce almost half of the alfa crop.

It has been estimated that the farmers are losing €70,000 a year, as a result of the use of the herbicides.

The area of Monte Viigna, where the farmers have started to grow alfae, is already covered with thousands of alfas, with the number expected to increase by a factor of two in the coming years.

It is also important to point out that, although the alfs have been very successful, they are not a replacement for the traditional farmers, since the traditional farming methods of the past have also been largely lost.

What is happening in this area is that, for a number of years, the traditional agriculture is being replaced by new farming methods, such as the production of sugarcane sugar, which also takes the place of alfa.

In Italy the agricultural landscape is also changing, due to climate change.

This means that the number and variety of species and the number that have been introduced to the area have all increased.

The alfabricas are the only plant that has been successfully introduced to Italy, but this has not prevented the development of new species, such of the yellow alfacar (Alfalium cotyledon), and other plants that have also evolved from the alfo, such the alpaca.

The number of alfs is increasing, but the plant’s genetic diversity is also being reduced.

Accordingly, the alftas are becoming a major threat to biodiversity and to the sustainability of ecosystems.

Alfalfas are also becoming a significant problem in the environment.

Because of the increased use of herbicides in Europe, there are now alfalca farms in the Tuscon region, which feed the alflaccas.

There are also alfals that are imported into Italy from the United States,

Forest cover and biodiversity in forested habitats around the world

By Peter WiebePublished September 27, 2018, 1:05:45The amount of vegetation in a forested area has increased by more than 20 percent over the past century, but the total amount of carbon stored in that forest has also increased.

The carbon sequestration rate of forest is much higher than that of non-forest areas, a new study has found.

The study was published in Nature Climate Change.

Researchers from the University of Minnesota and the University in Zurich examined carbon sequestrations and carbon stocks of forest ecosystems across the world.

They found that the carbon storage rate of forests varies greatly by species.

For example, the carbon stored by forest can be more than twice as large as the carbon of a single tree, and about two-thirds as large if the tree is a species that is more susceptible to fire and drought.

The new study focused on carbon stocks in forests that were not currently considered forests because they are typically not logged and not logged at the same time.

The researchers also compared forest carbon stocks between different types of ecosystems, including forests of different species.

The researchers found that carbon storage rates varied greatly in the different types and ecosystems.

The main difference between the carbon stocks stored in different types is that carbon is stored in higher amounts in forests with fewer species.

But the carbon contained in these forests is less dense, and therefore less carbon can be stored.

For that reason, the researchers conclude that the rate of carbon storage is lower in forests of fewer species, such as in wetlands.

The findings have important implications for the conservation of biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest.

A study published last year in Nature Ecology and Evolution found that as carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere increase, the number of species in an ecosystem declines.

This makes it more difficult to manage ecosystems.

However, the authors found that in the case of the Amazon, the forest carbon stock was stable.

This meant that the amount of tree carbon stored could be maintained at a rate that was lower than that observed in ecosystems that have a higher number of tree species.

This new study shows that while forest carbon storage varies widely in different ecosystems, it is likely to increase with increasing tree species and with a reduction in the number and size of nonforest vegetation.

The authors suggest that this could be due to the fact that the forest canopy is not continuously replaced by new vegetation as it does in other regions of the world, and that carbon stored is sequestered in different locations, such that the changes in the carbon stores in different regions can be compensated by changes in forest cover.

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