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Wood stores carbon
Make it Wood - Do Your World Some Good
Wildlife Detective
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Forest as a classroom
Wood stores carbon
Make it Wood - Do Your World SomeGood
Wildlife Detective

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This lesson plan and worksheet takes Year 9 Geography students through the Cumberland State...

Student worksheet with sample answers to accompany the Going Bush video 'Residue from the...

Discover more about climate change and forestry at LandLearn NSW.

Learning Themes

Trees have a natural ability to concentrate and store carbon.

Through photosynthesis, trees absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and convert it to sugars. These sugars, including glucose, are then used as energy and storage material to build cellulose and lignin, the main constituents of wood.

Find out about how wood stores carbon for life.

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Planet Ark will be running the Schools Recycle Right Challenge as part of...
With only a term left, it won’t be long before 10 ipads are given...
Topic: Innovations in Manufactured Wood Products
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