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Renewing the carbon debate

[International Innovation] 2012

Foto: Bruno Glaser

Foto: Bruno Glaser

Foto: Bruno Glaser

A interview with Professor Bruno Glaser about the Biochar COST Action: Sequestering carbon and improving soil quality are major challenges facing Europe. Professor Bruno Glaser discusses strategies for utilising biochar  –  a highly porous charcoal that helps soils retain nutrients and water while helping reduce emissions from material that would otherwise degrade to greenhouse gases...

An ancient solution for modern day problems - an article about biochar & the European COST Coordination Action  ‘Biochar as option for sustainable resource management’: A team at Martin-Luther University, Germany, is using the study of biochar-rich dark earths in the Amazon to propose coordinated strategies to help alleviate atmospheric carbon in Europe....


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2012_Biochar-COST-Action_Bruno_Glaser_01.pdf (684,4 KB)  vom 27.07.2016

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