• 訂閱電子報


    本單元有「教育ABC」 及「閱讀越懂閩客語」兩小單元,每周由專業的老師提供英語單字、造句及閩客語的字彙及文章,供讀者學習新語言。

    目前瀏覽路徑:首頁 > 語言學習 > 教育ABC


    We used to believe that trees have enormous potential to soak up and store carbon, and that’s why many countries established tree planting campaigns as part of their plans to tackle climate change. However, two papers published in Nature Sustainability showed that rather than benefiting the environment, large-scale tree planting may do the opposite.


    incentivize(動詞) 激勵

    In one study, the researchers found the funds were made to plant monoculture plantations or a limited mix of trees that produce specific products such as fruit or rubber. The result is that the area covered by trees did expand, but the area of native forest was vastly decreasing. “If policies to incentivize tree plantations are poorly designed or enforced, there is a high risk of not only wasting public money but also releasing more carbon and losing biodiversity,” said one author of the study.

    其中一個研究發現,當局資助植樹運動,利益考量,資金大多數都用來種植單一樹種,或混合少量可產出水果或橡膠樹的特定樹種。其結果是: 樹木覆地面積的確增加了,但原始森林面積卻逐漸減少了。其中一位作者指出:「如果鼓勵植樹的政策不當設計或執行不力,那不僅浪費公帑,更會釋放更多的碳,讓生物多樣性逐漸消失。」


    The second study found that adding new trees did increase the density of organic carbon in carbon poor soils. However, in places where soils were already rich in carbon, adding new trees decreased this density. This conclusion overturns previous assumptions about how much organic carbon can be fixed by planting new trees, which seem like an overestimate.




    • 「教育局宣布 中小學開學日延至3/1」假消息澄清
    • 快看這邊!教你破解毒品新偽裝
    • 大多學元入學介紹
    • 2012 教育部12年國教宣導紀錄網站
    • 1991報平安留言平台
    • 教育部國民中學學習資源網
    • 創用CC
    • 教育儲蓄戶網
    • 哈客學習網