Global survey of restoration projects found only 25% of the ecosystem services provided by nature were found in the restored systems.
With liberal assumptions, the maximum apparent rate of carbon sequestration in biochar is only about 2% of the current annual emissions of carbon, as carbon dioxide, to the atmosphere from fossil fuel combustion
there is a direct and powerful correlation between the rise of the human population and the rise of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere during the past few decades.
Growing forests remove CO2 from the atmosphere, mitigating the global warming problem brought on by fossil fuel combustion.
For nearly all of us, today’s obsession with the perfect, park-like lawn is a waste of time and money and bad for the environment.
Many folks will pay considerably more for organic foods, believing that they are good for us.
Biochar (formerly known as charcoal) has attracted a lot of recent attention, owing to increasing interest in carbon sequestration in soils for greenhouse gas mitigation.