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CO2 emissions from forestry are a surgin...

CO2 emissions from forestry are a surging climate threat
429 ViewsCanada’s vast managed forest lands used to be critical allies in our climate fight and efforts to build a sustainable, carbon neutral forestry economy. That’s because these forests used to be healthy enough to absorb the huge amounts of CO2 created by the logging industry’s harvests — plus lots more.  ...

Soil as Carbon Storehouse

Soil as Carbon Storehouse
531 Views The degradation of soils from unsustainable agriculture and other development has released billions of tons of carbon into the atmosphere. But new research shows how effective land restoration could play a major role in sequestering CO2 and slowing climate change. BY JUDITH D. SCHWARTZ • MARCH 4, 2014 <li><a...

The movement to conserve more of BC̵...

The movement to conserve more of BC’s forests based on their ability to sequester carbon gets a new tool
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Introducing 6050 Carbonator

166 Views Loading... Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download [888.81 KB]   https://can-bv.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/6050-carbonator-at-Big-Table-Farm.mp4   https://can-bv.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/6050-Carbonator.mp4   Robert Selby | District Manager Tigercat Industries Inc. M: 250-979-8011 | E: rselby@tigercat.com...

Valhalla Wilderness Society – Voices for...

Valhalla Wilderness Society – Voices for Good Air – Press Release
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Forestry and Carbon in BC by Jim Pojar

Forestry and Carbon in BC by Jim Pojar
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Forestry and Carbon in British Columbia:...

Forestry and Carbon in British Columbia: Summary by Jim Pojar
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CAN — Update from carbon sequestra...

CAN — Update from carbon sequestration sub-network
160 ViewsHello, everyone. I’ve been preparing a reading list on biochar as a means of sequestering the carbon from the gigantic amount of slash and residual wood currently being burnt in the BVLD. The reading list is not quite ready for circulation, but I did want to mention that in deciding what to look for I have had a great deal of help from Thomas Wunderlin. Thomas is a Valley...