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In order to get back to the world we had in 1880 we would have to go from our current 410ppm of CO2 {and high number of other gases} and return to 270 ppm. Nature without our help would not quickly accomplish that – especially for CO2. Most other gases break down over time.

There are a variety of ways suggested for that. All of the ones the fossil fuel industry have tried have not achieved enough success to justify planning on their use. A few ideas have some possibility, and information on both success and failure will be captured to carbon_sequestration_news_page

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Big Deal -- Only Organic is Known to be a Solution -- but must stop parts of industrial agriculture that sterilize soil to do it!

NY Times - 2018/04/18 -Can Dirt Save the Earth? Agriculture could pull carbon out of the air and into the soil — but it would mean a whole new way of thinking about how to tend the land.


Feb 2, 2018 - Inside Climate News - How Crushed Volcanic Rock in Farm Soil Could Help Slow Global Warming — and Boost Crops

A new study explores how planet-warming carbon dioxide could be absorbed using ‘enhanced rock weathering,’ a natural process sped up to fight climate change.

It sounds like this is the same chemistry as the Iceland article below, in a different context.


between organic and industrial

iceland.jpgJan 23, 2018 Combating climate change by storing CO2 underground

Early, but Real research on Iceland about combining CO2 with Basalt.


Feb 2, 2018 - Inside Climate News - How Crushed Volcanic Rock in Farm Soil Could Help Slow Global Warming — and Boost Crops

A new study explores how planet-warming carbon dioxide could be absorbed using ‘enhanced rock weathering,’ a natural process sped up to fight climate change.

It sounds like this is the same chemistry as the Iceland article above, in a different context.


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