Quote of the Week
"The potential for CO2 storage in soils is three times greater than the atmosphere. And since two-thirds of the Earth’s landmass is covered with grass, the potential impact on the climate could be gigantic. In fact, NASA’s Dr. James Hansen, the nation’s leading climatologist, postulates that 50 ppm of CO2 could be sequestered in soils over the next fifty years.
"How? By employing the low technology of green plants, which pull CO2 out of the air and fix it into carbon compounds that are stored in the soil."
“The Carbon Ranch: Fighting Climate Change One Acre at a Time” by Courtney White