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RE: Carbon Sinks

Subject: RE: Carbon Sinks
From: JAdkins
Date: Nov 27 2000 09:10:38
Not quite sure the size it has to be before it can be called a 'Carbon
Sink', but I remember from college that a new woodland the size of the
Indian Sub-continent would be needed to have much effect!

Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: Baker, Rupert [SMTP:Rupert.Baker@xxxxxxx.gov.uk]
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2000 4:00 PM
To:   UK Tree Care
Subject:      RE: Carbon Sinks

For an authoritative definition, talk to one of the American  power
Utilities - some of them own UK electric companies; they have been playing
with these concepts for some time
Best Wishes
Rupert

      -----Original Message-----
      From:   Christopher Wilken [SMTP:CWilken@xxxxxxxxx.gov.uk]
      Sent:   23 November 2000 14:47
      To:     UK Tree Care
      Subject:        Carbon Sinks


       'Carbon Sink'. How big or small does a plantation have to be , in
order for it to be called a 'Carbon Sink'?
      

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