Peer-reviewed study suggests farms could save a gigatonne of carbon every year by managing soil better

Signal of change / Peer-reviewed study suggests farms could save a gigatonne of carbon every year by managing soil better

By Will Dawson / 22 Nov 2017

'Massive untapped potential': Farms could save a gigatonne of carbon every year by managing soil better

Peer-reviewed study suggests widespread use of effective farming practices can boost yields and deliver dramatic carbon savings If farmers around the world changed the way they manage soil health they could deliver an annual emissions cut equivalent to that of the greenhouse gas output of Canada and the Philippines combined.

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This signal was also spotted by Joy Green:

"This is a good signal for regeneration / climate recovery."

https://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/3020945/massive-untapped-potential-farms-could-save-a-gigatonne-of-carbon-every-year-by-managing-soil-better



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