How Japanese knotweed presents an opportunity for carbon capture
Nic Seal explains how the UK’s Japanese knotweed problem could present an opportunity for carbon captureEvery year, the Japanese knotweed removal industry generates thousands of tonnes of plant waste, which is consigned to landfill. Here, it regrows or decays, giving off gases such as methane. We need a
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