Los Angeles Startup Worms its Way into Local Demand for Organic Compost
Blue Sky Biochar Sees Potential for Soil Fertility and Climate Resiliency
Closes the loop for agricultural sustainability.
The project addresses the potentials of biochar utilization to mitigate climate change. Using biochar as a soil amendment can enhance carbon sequestration.
Marin Carbon Project seeks to enhance carbon sequestration in rangeland, agricultural, and forest soils through applied research, demonstration and implementation.
BioMass Energy Report from California Biomass Collaborative - Strategic Strategic Research on Biomass Research on Biomass Energy in California
Biochar as a Climate Change Mitigation Strategy
Biochar has the potential to address three of humanity’s most pressing issues: climate change, soil fertility, and energy security.
bringing together stakeholders to produce sustainability standards and classification and evaluation systems for biochar
promoting the sustainable production and use of biochar through research, policy, technology