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How shrubs can help solve climate change
by Alexander Matthews
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5 February 2020
On 5 February 2020 BBC reported:
In South Africa, there used to be a thicket the size of Cyprus that could suck up the equivalent of three times the US's annual carbon emissions. Portulacaria afra, a succulent shrub, more commonly known as spekboom, has small, round leaves and is indigenous to the area. This humble, hardy, semi-desert plant has the potential to alter both the weather, by bringing rain, and the climate, by absorbing carbon dioxide.
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