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As people around the world continue to move away from rural areas and into cities, enormous swathes of land, mostly old farmland and forests that are no longer exploited, are abandoned, giving enormous opportunities for ecosystem restoration and natural carbon capture. A really interesting read.

  • Rashid Kamau

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    In-love with this article.

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      • Grace Njeri

        34 w

        A positive idea!

        • Munene Mugambi

          34 w

          With people moving from rural to urban areas, this gives rise to ecosystem restoration processes which green our environment

          • CHRIS NGATIA

            34 w

            This is a wonderful idea

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              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                34 w

                This article highlights a crucial aspect of addressing climate change: the potential of abandoned rural lands for ecosystem restoration and natural carbon capture. As urbanization continues, these abandoned areas offer significant opportunities for combating climate change. The concept is intriguing and underscores the importance of repurposing unused land to restore biodiversity and capture carbon, two key strategies for mitigating the effects of global warming. This insightful piece sheds light on a promising avenue for environmental sustainability.

                • Jennifer Gidley, PhD

                  34 w

                  It's a brilliant idea!

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