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Drought Relief / Climate Control And Reversal

The Biocarbon Economy


Executive Introduction
(Why and How This Works)

Biochar FAQ - Intro


ARTICLES


NEWSLETTERS

  • Biocarbon Economy - Executive Introduction
  • Anthropogenic Sequestration Vs Anthropogenic Emission
  • Composting your biochar / odorless manure ...(soon)
  • What If humans produced 0% CO2 emissions? or less? ...(soon)

  • EVENTS / PROJECTS

    • Drought in Bolivia ...(soon)
    • List of Drought Areas ...(soon)

    Climate Initiatives

    Drought Relief / Climate Control And Reversal
    We believe that farmers (Agriculture) can make
    better use of their available water, while sequestering huge quantities of carbon.

    The focus of this project is "Solutions for Drought".
    Drought is one of the major effects of our changing climate.

    We will promote Biochar for its ability to hold water, so Agriculture can maintain its historic levels with less water.

    As global populations increase, we will need to farm new areas that are currently arid and desertic. Biochar creates soils that deliver higher water efficiency to feed billions more.

    Impact on Climate Control
    Biochar made from biomass that would decay otherwise,
    stabilizes and sequesters carbon and it helps retain water.

    More we relieve Drought, More naturally occuring CO2 is reduced.

    OCCS: Organic Carbon Capture and Sequestration


    We are investigating, supporting, and spreading technologies
    that produce and use biochar in Agriculture to increase yields with less water, combat soil erosion, put carbon back in the ground.



    Project Contact:

      More to come ...


    • Designs, Product Review, Lists
    • More Articles, Research Reports,
    • Interesting Projects and Events
    • Awards for Performance (Sequestration)


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