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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Becker et al. (2013) argue that an afforestation of 0.73 × 10<sup>9</sup> ha with <i>Jatropha curcas</i> plants would generate an additional terrestrial carbon sink of 4.3 PgC yr<sup>−1</sup>, enough to stabilise the atmospheric mixing ratio of carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) at current levels. However, this is not consistent with the dynamics of the global carbon cycle. Using a well-established global carbon cycle model, the effect of adding such a hypotheticaldoi:10.5194/esd-5-41-2014 fatcat:lpjfc2ssdzbs3cuovmxjcw5uce