Mitigate Climate Change through a New & Sustainable Form of Industrial Agriculture
This Nature Based Solution (NBS) is by far the most cost effective, efficient, sustainable, and easily replicable way to capture Carbon and Nitrogen for the mitigation of climate change.
Capturing carbon in soil is a natural way of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere with fewer impacts on land and water, less need for energy, and lower costs. Better land management and agricultural practices can and should be used to enhance the ability of soils to store carbon and help combat global warming.
3,000,000 Trees Per Day
Each tonne (i.e. metric ton) of carbon captured by the Agricultural Production System (U.S. Patent Publication #20220055082) is equivalent to planting over 30,000 trees*.
It is estimated that the operation of one farm captures 100 tonnes per day, which is the equivalent of planting over 3 Million trees per day!
Nature-Based Solutions (NBS)
This is by far the most cost-effective, efficient, and sustainable way to capture carbon (carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to carbon in the soil) for the mitigation of climate change. These Nature-Based Solutions can be vastly replicated and expanded to absorb and secure carbon dioxide in the ground at a local, national, and global scale.
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Join the effort to mitigate climate change while creating permanent agricultural lands.
This process is supported by research and a white paper from the University of Maryland* and the environmental engineers at HSA Golden in Orlando, FL.
Through a progressive media campaign and education process, local and state governments will begin supporting (not opposing) new agricultural methods using carbon-rich, sylvicultural materials (formerly considered waste) to mitigate climate change and improve the status of the environment. The most cost effective and efficient way to do this is through the creation of Agricultural Production Systems (APS) and Permanent Agricultural Land (PAL).
Cho, R. F. (2019, February 6). Can soil help combat climate change? State of the Planet. Retrieved June 5, 2022, from https://news.climate.columbia.edu/2018/02/21/can-soil-help-combat-climate-change/