It’s a good overview as far as it goes, but it glides past the issue of carbon sequestration with barely a sentence—and then only to mention tech solutions like capture at the point of production, or geo-engineering, whatever that might encompass.
I’d like to see a study of the rate at which we’re losing forest land, especially in the tropics, to agriculture for export, such as palm oil and GMO soy. I think it’s vital to stop and eventually reverse this suicidal trend, and I look to the history of the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps’s efforts toward reforestration. There’s no reason, other than political, that that program couldn’t be scaled up to planetary proportions.
See also the many beneficial uses of hemp.