Your Gardens Can Eat Carbon!

Your Gardens Can Eat Carbon!
Organic carbon sequestration is one of the oldest tricks in nature’s ancient playbook for global ecosystem regulation. These days, as we search for ways to pull excess carbon out of the atmosphere in order to mitigate global warming, new attention has focused on natural climate solutions, or managing land for carbon sequestration by conserving and restoring ecosystems and changing agricultural and gardening practices. Scientists calculate that these low tech methods could draw down over a third of global carbon emissions by 2030, while simultaneously rescuing ecosystems, strengthening biodiversity, managing water, and mitigating pollution.

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