Promotes the usage of pyrolysis of biomass to create a soil amendment that sequesters carbon from the atmosphere. Describes the science of biochar, links to reference material and documentaries on it, and upcoming events.
Scientists have gone to the Antarctic to see whether iron can help to avert climate change. The theory that iron can affect marine productivity was first put forward in the 1920s. If it is right, it could have several significant consequences.
Organization of academic, commercial, banking, NGO, and government representatives aiming to further the use of biochar in sustainable agriculture. Information about conferences, research, education, and policy.
A new theory on the cause of global warming: increased CO2, due to decreased phytoplankton, due to centuries of fishing. A serious proposal to reverse the trend by scattering food "scraps" in the ocean.
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