Rising CO2 levels mean trees increasingly live fast and die young

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Trees are growing faster because of rising CO2 levels and temperatures, but also dying younger, meaning existing forests will store less carbon than forecast and climate change will be worse than expected

Rising CO2 levels mean trees increasingly live fast and die young
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Trees are growing faster because of rising CO2 levels and temperatures, but also dying younger, meaning existing forests will store less carbon than forecast and climate change will be worse than expected
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