Biochar Blog #2 – Critical Understanding of Biochar: Sequestration potential and economic performance
Biochar is a greenhouse gas removal (GGR) technology that can potentially make a major contribution to the UK’s net zero target achieving greenhouse gas emission reductions when applied to agricultural lands, peatlands and other locations. However, the big questions are: how can we make sure it is environmentally sustainable and economically viable? And are there any technological improvements that can facilitate the realisation of these goals?
In the Media – Listen by the Lake
The Biochar Demonstrator has contributed to one of four listening posts located on the banks of the boating lake at Highfields Park in Nottingham. At the press of a button, visitors can spend a few minutes hearing illustrated audio clips about the lives and work…
Biochar Blog #1 – The Basics!
Human greenhouse gas emissions are the root cause of climate change, affecting the Earth’s natural equilibrium. The effects of climate change are likely to include temperature rise, sea level rise, ocean acidification, and increased frequency and severity of extreme weather events (e.g., drought and flooding),…
Events – Join us at #UKGGREvent: Current Innovations & Future Directions
12 & 13 May, 10.00-16.00, IET London, Savoy Place & online Sign up on Eventbrite Showcasing the latest Greenhouse Gas Removal research & innovation and its role in effective, sustainable & equitable climate action Day One (Thursday 12 May): Results from the GGR-A Programme and…
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