Posted by: grokscience | March 7, 2007

For Peat’s Sake

Scientists estimate that one-third of today’s increase in greenhouse gas emissions come from changes in the land-use. One way to sequester the carbon emissions is plant more trees but are other crops out there better?  On this program, special correspondent Terry Yen talked about the promise of anthropogenic peat.

And I thought holding my breath would stop global warming. 🙂

 

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