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Soil: An Ally Underfoot

Soil: An Ally Underfoot

We know that pumping too much carbon in the atmosphere disturbs the climate cycle and too much in the ocean causes them to acidify. Sinking atmospheric carbon in the ground, however, is actually a good thing as converted into soil carbon, it helps plants to grow. One of our biggest potential climate allies is directly under our feet: soil. Healthy, living soil has an enormous capacity to store carbon. Improving the health of degraded soil holds tremendous potential to mitigate climate change. Read More.

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