A carbon sink is a natural environment or biome that takes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through natural processes and then stores it. One example of a carbon sink is forests. In the process of photosynthesis and respiration, trees take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.


Trees as a carbon sink have no negative effect on the environment. Large areas of trees offset some of the carbon dioxide released by humans, there 

That's why we need to stop using unnecessary resources: it's another way to stop climate change.

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