The planet is greener than previously thought. To support this theory if we want to go against the current with common thought, is the researcher Tom Crowther, of the ETH the Federal Polytechnic of Zurich, who in a conference held in Washington presented the results of the latest works of the Crowther Lab: on the planet there are 3,040 billions of trees, about 420 trees for each human being, seven times more than previously estimated. And this means that the…




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