New research on biochar and carbon farming
publication date: May 1, 2019
There is, with all of us, a lens through which we see the world. And while each of ours is different—informed by our past, by our present, where we have come from—a common lens we can all share is the recognition that our globe is changing.
While climate change receives increased amounts of attention by global leaders, there is still a lack of intention placed on one of our greatest questions—how will we feed ourselves with increasingly unpredictable weather patterns? Global predictions on staple crops are that by 2050, climate change could cause irrigated wheat yields in developing countries to drop by 13%, and irrigated rice could fall by 15%. In Africa, maize yields could drop by 10–20% over the same time frame.
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