Forbes’ David Vetter reports that the ability to cut 25% of our carbon emissions could be right under our feet.
- Biotech firms believe that they can turn the soil beneath our feet into massive carbon sinks.
- By using microbiological seed treatments, we can produce healthier soil and capture a greater volume of carbon.
- Using soil to sequester carbon is more economically feasible than certain technological sequestration methods that are currently on the market.
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