Sometimes, the simplest idea is the most effective solution. Scientists have just determined that planting trees is the best way to tackle the climate crisis.
When trees grow, they absorb and store carbon dioxide emissions that are released into the atmosphere by human activities. According to the study, published in the journal Science, two-thirds of all carbon dioxide emissions can be absorbed and stored if enough trees are planted. The proposed reforestation process would take between 50 and 100 years to take full effect, but it would certainly be worth it.