Northwest Biocarbon Initiative

  • by Rhys Roth on January 16, 2012
    Our country, America the Beautiful, boasts somewhere between 105 million and 2 billion parking spaces, according to a New York Times blog that caught my eye the other day.  This boggles my mind on two levels: Read more
  • by Patrick Mazza on December 15, 2011
    Back in the late 1800s when John Wesley Powell was navigating the unknown Colorado River his agency, the US Geological Service, did vital work filling in many blank spaces on the map of the nation. USGS  is now mapping the potential of natural ecosystems to absorb and store carbon released by human activities. Read more
  • by Mitch Friedman on November 11, 2011
    You suck: and I mean that in only the nicest way. It’s true. There are things you do that suck carbon out of the atmosphere - where it’s doing harm - and beneficially store it down here. We need to do much more such sucking to save our natural heritage. Read more
  • by Rhys Roth on September 29, 2011
    RBI.  I’m a baseball fanatic -- especially in playoff season -- and I was hoping that our new program could have that acronym.   Read more