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26 August 2011

Plant die-off study questioned

A study on plant productivity that said drought and global warming were killing off plants worldwide is now being questioned by scientists, according to research.

A study on plant productivity that said drought and global warming were killing off plants worldwide is now being questioned by scientists, according to research published.

Having more plants on Earth would be good news because it would help offset greenhouse gas emissions by absorbing more carbon dioxide.

 
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