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Biomass in the soil

Biochar: Charcoal produced from burning biomass, such as plant matter, stored in the soil as a means of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Fires consume carbon from their fuel, and oxygen from the surrounding air. They break down the fuel and air molecules, and combine these elements to make carbon dioxide gas.

Biochar is a stable, carbon-rich form of charcoal produced through pyrolysis, i.e. burning organic matter like wood, manure, or leaves, in a no-oxygen environment.

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Biochar has the potential to remove 6.23% of total GHG emissions from 155 countries studied over a 100-year timeframe (base year 2020).

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