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More Visitors, Again

As we’ve said before, here and here, we enjoy visitors and the exchange of ideas.  Our visitors usually like seeing what we’ve done so far and what we are working on, and we like to hear what they are doing as well.   215 more words

News & Essays

Things are happening!

The New “Charcola Biochar Silo” is going up.
We are so excited.


BIOCHAR Ancient Origins, Modern Inspirations

Guest Article by Paul Taylor, PhD
Biochar Consultant,

“Biochar, produced in pyrolysis of residues from crops, forestry, and animal wastes, can be used to restore soil fertility while storing carbon for centuries to millennia. 3,013 more words

Sustainable Gardening

I'm a Geoscientist: Viktor Bruckman - 'Above Ground' Officer

It’s I’m a Geoscientist week! Or more exactly: weeks. From March 9 until March 20, the EGU supports I’m a Geoscientist to help students engage with scientists about real science. 856 more words

CO2 Storage

A $10 million dollar pilot biomass plant will be constructed in the Western Australian Capital of Perth.

Now you may be wondering, how can there be enough pilots in Western Australia to make rendering them down into biofuel worthwhile? But rest assured, in this case the word pilot does not mean aviator, but rather means the facility will be leading the way in terms of technology, and the feedstock to be used will be plants. 408 more words

Climate Change