Max Graham writes in Canary Media about biochar.
- Biochar is a charcoal-like substance that is created by burning agricultural waste or organic matter with a process that does not release any CO2 emissions.
- Biochar can sequester carbon dioxide for hundreds, if not thousands, of years and is relatively easy to deploy.
- In addition to emissions reduction benefits, biochar improves soil health.
- While a shovel-ready climate solution, biochar faces several challenges to implementation most notably by farmers who do not see it as a value-add to food production.
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