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Soils management and agriculture practices can be utilized to sequester atmospheric carbon back into soils.



How to naturally and safely and in a controlled environment  draw down atmospheric carbon thus lower the parts per million of Co2.

Natural and widespread possibilities for rapid reduction in the ppm (parts per million) of Co2 from the application of relatively simple and cost effective  methods of drawing down carbon. Small farms  as well as large Agricultural cooperatives could employ these methods in a worldwide effort to lower  Co2. 

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Books: " the soil will save us"   Kirstin Ohlson

Ratan Lal- professor  Ohio St. University  Soils expert.