The IPCC lists biomass and biochar as vital parts of the climate solution
Biomass is, on average, about 50% carbon by mass. That carbon was removed from the air as the plants built their biomass. This makes the process of creating sequesterable carbon from biomass a powerful solution to the problem of drawing down atmospheric CO2.
Creating and composting with the biochar byproduct of gasifier generators adds offsets as well as agronomic benefits. We have gathered research, policy recomendations, and practical advice to help everyone understand and participate in this important effort. On this site you will find links to key findings, explanations of the science, and even concrete ways you can help now.
For those interested in the details, the heading below, is a link to the summary of the latest report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
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