What Are Carbon Sinks? How Do They Impact Climate Change?

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  • A carbon sink is a natural system that absorbs and stores more carbon from the atmosphere than it releases.
  • The largest carbon sinks are forests, soil and the ocean.
  • Carbon sinks are critical to managing the carbon levels in the atmosphere and ensuring that global warming is controlled.

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