Shock finding on methane from plants 'misinterpreted'

The discovery that terrestrial plants are a major source of the greenhouse gas methane has surprised biologists and climate scientists, and raised doubts over the use of forestry projects to generate carbon credits. But the researchers behind the study say their findings have been used wrongly to question man's impact on the climate.

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