Biochar – The Next Stage In Climate Action

Published On: February 17, 2014

Published on Feb 5, 2014: A concise breakdown of ‘2012 US […]

Published on Feb 5, 2014: A concise breakdown of ‘2012 US Biochar Conference’ along with corresponding visuals to illustrate the limitless potential of Biochar as a solution to climate change, drought, and the global food crisis.

Our independent feature film is now focused on Biochar education: http://www.blueprint-film.net
Original conference videos: vimeo.com/user12930533/videos

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ClimateState
ClimateState
10 years ago

Great presentation.

Paul Gortemulder
Paul Gortemulder
10 years ago

#paleo is the only way of healthy food for us, and #corn isn’t paleo, so
should use it? If you want a better world you have wheight that to…

Erich Knight
Erich Knight
10 years ago

For a complete review of the current science & industry applications of
Biochar please see my 2013 Umass Biochar presentation. How thermal
conversion technologies can integrate and optimize the recycling of
valuable nutrients while providing energy and building soil carbon, I
believe it brings together both sides of climate beliefs.
A reconciling of both Gods’ and mans’ controlling hands.

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Across scientific disciplines carbons are finding new utility to solve our
most vexing problems
http://www.trunity.net/files/236901_237000/236919/kinght2013-1.pdf

Sam Carana
Sam Carana
10 years ago

Very well done!

kbjo94
kbjo94
10 years ago
ReturnProject
ReturnProject
10 years ago

Cool Planet explained in 2 minutes flat. Ready, set… GO!! Cool Planet –
Carbon Negative

George Henry
George Henry
10 years ago

I like this very much but I would like it more if the music didn’t tend to
drown out the speakers, especially toward the end. My hearing isn’t quite
normal, so maybe I am in the minority in perceiving it that way, but for me
and others like me, keeping the music more in the background when people
are talking would be helpful.