All of that carbon in trees and forests worldwide could be thrown back into the atmosphere if the trees burn up in a forest fire. Trees also stop scrubbing carbon dioxide from the air if they die due to drought or insect damage. The likelihood of those threats impacting forests is increasing nationwide, making relying on forests to soak up carbon emissions a much riskier prospect.
World Bank approves $7 billion loan to support Egypt reforms
The World Bank says it has approved a $7 billion loan to support Egypt’s push to empower the private sector and enhance