DrinkTooMuchWine21 karma2021-09-15 01:01:49 UTC
Approximately 90 species of eucalyptus have been introduced to Hawaii, where they have displaced some native species due to their higher maximum height, fast growth and lower water needs. Are you focusing on reforestation with natives in the locations you reforest or will you go with species that grow quicker to speed up the process? If using a faster growing species to combat carbon emisions faster have you considered the ramifications to the local ecosystems that they may cause? Would you consider the Australian desert as an area for your reforestation projects? Eucalyptus are fast growing and we have large portions of unusable desert space..
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