Climate curious: We answer your questions about climate change

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In this aerial view of forests, trees stretch to the horizon.
In our first round of questions, we answer a query from Mike Larson, of Ellsworth, Wis.: "What type of trees are best to plant in our region to capture the most amount of carbon?" Trees can help address climate change because they take in carbon dioxide and store it. And one expert says, the answer to Larson's question is very simple: Wood is good.
Derek Montgomery for MPR News

Our readers and listeners sent in some terrific questions on climate change, then let us know which questions they are most curious about. Now it’s our turn.

We’re beginning to answer these pressing questions on climate on the air and online.

Have questions about climate change? Submit them below and be sure to check back and tune in.

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