Charcoal produced from plant matter and stored in the soil as a means of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
- From there, you can try to develop carbon abatement schemes (like planting trees and using biochar).
- But turn the trash into biochar and experts say harmful carbon dioxides are sealed in, not released into the atmosphere.
- Here at the University of Georgia, they're working on a much bigger scale, producing up to 1,000 pounds of biochar in a single batch.
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