It’s happening in our urban and rural forests, in and around our buildings and streets, on our farmland, and in the seagrass meadows, salt marshes and mangroves along our coasts. It’s fostering new connections between public, private and academic institutions. Done right, it just might stem the tide of runaway climate change.
What is it? Biocarbon! And the communities of the Intertwine are at the forefront of this quiet revolution.
Read more over at the Intertwine's blog, Outside Voice.