Climate change has led many people and organizations to explore how we can pull more carbon out of the atmosphere and store it (carbon sequestration). This carbon collection can happen in many forms, and growing plants are one key method for storing carbon. Plants use CO2 from the atmosphere to grow, and they release oxygen as their “waste product” - the opposite of animal metabolism. Carbon sequestration is more complex than just planting trees. Dovetail Partners collaborated with Background Stories to visually show how humans can more effectively support carbon sequestration while also meeting human needs for forest products. The graphics help audiences understand the relationship between healthy managed forests and better carbon storage.