Reach for the Sun

Reach for the Sun

Simply limiting new emissions of greenhouse gases is no longer sufficient, we must also lower the existing level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to avoid a future of deadly climatic extremes. Biochar is one promising tactic for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, taking advantage of natural processes, such as photosynthesis, and utilizing normal agricultural waste materials and soil as a climate “sink.”

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