Can we plant enough trees to suck up all human carbon dioxide emissions? How many trees will it take, and do we have enough land area for it?
Coastal wetlands, for their capacity to sequester and store vast amounts of carbon from water, must be protected for climate adaptation.
According to the project, growing Bamboo can rapidly capture CO2 from the atmosphere and store it in biomass and the soil.
Solving the climate crises involves reduce emissions from the FALU sector and enhance the lands' carbon sequestration capacity.
Planting more trees, afforestation, and preserving forests are considered critical solutions to absorb C02 emissions and prevent climate change.
Mangrove forests play a vital role in climate change adaptation and mitigation. Strong government policy, support needed to preserve them.
A study says the Philippines is a potential place for carbon sequestration projects. The uplands pose an ecological and economic threat if not reforested.
Climate adaptation solution through carbon capture technology looks promising. Know what is it and why prominent companies are supporting it.
This interesting video discusses why tree planting may not be the ‘panacea’ for climate change, particularly when planting only one species of tree.
Six of the eight methods of carbon sequestration involve using plant or vegetation. Pinus Radiata has the ability to rapidly sequester carbon.