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Global Biochar Market Share Till, 2014 To 2020: Grand View Research, Inc

Rising popularity of eco-friendly products on account of growing awareness towards green house emissions is anticipated to promote biochar market growth over the forecast period. Agriculture industry growth in China, India and U.S. 410 more words

Agrochemicals & Fertilizers

India's Waterless Toilet - funded by the Gates Foundation

 Wouldn’t you like to create a waterless toilet AND fuel at the same time?  It’s here!

INDIA’S WATERLESS TOILET

http://www.firstpost.com/india/worlds-first-solar-powered-waterless-toilet-to-launch-in-india-soon-1434215.html

“The self-contained, waterless toilet has the capability of heating human waste to a high enough temperature to sterilise human waste and create biochar, a highly porous charcoal,” informed project principal investigator Karl Linden, professor of environmental engineering at University of Colorado Boulder. 55 more words

Building A Better Tomorrow

ML Cayuela presents Nitrogen-Biochar interactions in soil at the IBI Webinar Series

Since August 2014 the International Biochar Initiative (IBI) holds a Webinar Series aiming at connecting the differenct actors in the biochar field: business professionals, producers, users, academics. 112 more words

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Global Biochar Market Research, Analysis, Shares, Size, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2015-2019

(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 07, 2015 ) Biochar is a porous stable solid, which is rich in carbon. It is produced from the carbonization of biomass. It is a type of charcoal used for soil amendment and filtration. 18 more words

Tuesdays at 21: Creating Clean Energy and Building Healthy Soils

“Despite their artistic pretensions, sophistication, and many accomplishments, humans owe their existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains.”

~ Anonymous… 438 more words

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Biochar Market to Grow at 15% CAGR to 2019 Insight Report

(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 03, 2015 ) Biochar is a porous stable solid, which is rich in carbon. It is produced from the carbonization of biomass. It is a type of charcoal used for soil amendment and filtration. 21 more words

Our biochar work featured in UC Merced Megazine

Our recent projects on using nutrient enriched biochar to reduce losses of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorous from agricultural soils was featured in the latest issue of the UC Merced Megazine. 32 more words