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Edward Scott Nov 26
Soil management shouldn’t be a gamble. Soil type, soil condition and targeted outcome should govern the action. Know when to hold them, know when to fold them.
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Max Pendleton 3h
Which, if correct, and they do remove more than previously thought... must impact on modelling of carbon on the environment. And, if we impact the environment, and reduce the number of krill, this will have a greater negative result than previously forecast...
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Yakov Kuzyakov Nov 22
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SUNERGY 26m
📢Our first Industrial ‘Energy carriers and approaches towards a closed -cycle’ is approaching fast. Know more about challenges and opportunities on the road to a -neutral Europe from the SUNERGY Industry Board experts. Sign up now!
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Mika Mäkinen Nov 24
Finnish forest resources have grown rapidly since the 1970s. Motivation for produce roundwood has played a significant role in this development - and the storage in growing stock can be further strengthened.
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Rakesh Rao Nov 24
Estimate suggests that thawing Permafrost (an Essential Climate Variable) can accelerate emission of upto 1600 Gigaton of , which is almost twice the amount of carbon in the Atmosphere. These patterned landscape in Ny Alesund, are sign of
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ProPopulus. The European Poplar Initiative Nov 23
A new meta-study offers the strongest evidence yet that buildings can drastically reduce emissions in the industry. Via
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IHS Markit Energy 6m
taxes averaged nearly 24% higher than averaged carbon market prices. Read more about carbon pricing:
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MSCD Maryland Nov 25
Soils can hold 4 times the amount of carbon that is stored in the atmosphere. Healthy soils are important to the process of sequestration, and healthier are better able to trap carbon and help prevent .
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Sankara Mahalingam Nov 20
Interesting data representation on who emits the most CO2...
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ColavitaGroup Nov 19
Thank you !! It's great to be in such good company in this interesting issue 😊 This work was a great collaboration bringing together & to look at plasma effects on Congrats to all authors! 🍾👏
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Slack House Organic Farm Nov 19
Forestry/Pasture After the heavy rain the peat runoff from the forestry compared to our farmland I rest my case !
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Climate Herald Nov 18
Albany, CA's Committee has a busy meeting tonight discussing recent “Adapting to Rising Tides” Regional SLR vulnerability & adaptation study as well as Free Albany Draft Engagement Plan and Action Plan.
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Building Science Nov 20
RT : . report: Ground Source Heat Pumps (geothermal): Lower costs for Consumers Power generation & transmission Best way to heating/cooling for homes/buildings @smartprosperit…
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Edward Scott Nov 25
When baselining Soil Carbon it’s critical to capture and understand the variability. SOC variability is a key indicator & driver for targeting management change. Soils vary in their capacity to store & cycle carbon, know your soil to grow your soil.
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KM Florentine Weber Nov 25
Great opportunity to explore landscape loss via together with fantastic supervisors! 👇
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St Katherine's Care Nov 21
It's great to see areas of Lincolnshire taking action to reduce the local footprint. 1 tree for every person! Sounds like a good idea to us! Council wants to plant one tree for every person in North
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Antarctic Survey 4h
A team from British Antarctic Survey have found that krill moulting (shedding of the exoskeleton) could mean swarms in the remove double the amount of from the atmosphere than previously thought:
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miriam meckel Nov 21
Everything is relative. Just one small hamburger has the same footprint as sending 10 every day for a year. via
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