Are Australian native rainforest trees the answer to our climate emergency?

Our native rainforest evergreen trees thrive in all Australian capital cities.

Tropical rainforest at Maleny

The geographic break up of Gondwanaland that began 180 million years ago saw the separation of Africa, South America, India and Antarctica. The Australian continent moved north from Antarctica, with northern Australia later separating from South East Asia, Indonesia and New Guinea, with a final split occurring about 10,000 years ago.

The Daintree in Far North Queensland contains the w...

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