I think I have understood this right ( if not, please correct me). Trees, it seems, are soaking up more CO2 than we thought, and are actually getting bigger – and soaking up more – as we pump out more carbon.
And its a lot more: “Over the world’s tropical forests, this extra “carbon sink” effect adds up to 4.8bn tonnes of CO2 removed each year – close to the total carbon dioxide emissions from the US.”
If so, doesn’t that mean that the climate prediction models are wrong? Might we have more time than we thought?