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Published on Mar 28, 2017
Describes how destructive logging in the Southern Appalachian Mountains in the early 20th century has resulted today in 6 million acres in 8 national forests that offer an enormous regional benefit to mitigate climate change: carbon sequestration by aging trees. Because these national forests are publicly owned as a commons, the public stands to benefit from management that recognizes the uniquely important Appalachian carbon commons.