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“perennial grasses can live 500 years and they pump carbon into the soil to feed soil microbes. They co-evolved with large herds of grazing animals which help cycle their biomass (with the help of dung beetles) and with proper planning, cows can do that same work...”
“Carbon sequestration” describes the process of capture and long-term storage of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) in a stable state. “Carbon finance” describes financial tools that aim to monetize avoided emissions to create markets, [...] more »
REGENERATIVE GARDENING AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION Carbon sequestration is a critically important concept in soil health, and is a part of what’s called “regenerative gardening” - gardening practices that heal the soil and the land. Here are few garden practices that you can use to heal your soil, waterways, and help your community. #regenerativegardening #gardensoil
Soil carbon sequestration has gained traction within the Biden administration as a way for farmers to reduce or even reverse U.S. agriculture’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. To advance this technology, Congress proposed the bipartisan Growing Climate Solutions Act, which is intended to help farmers participate in voluntary markets that pay them to store carbon in the soil.
Carbon dioxide can be captured from the atmosphere using both technological and natural processes. In some cases, technology can help maximize the effectiveness of natural processes. These methods create what are known as negative carbon emissions, because they decrease carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.Here are the three primary approaches to carbon sequestration we have today. Sustainable Living | Carbon Neutral | Sustainability Resources | #GreenDreamer