Could barbecues help fight climate change? | Duncan Clark
Barbecues that remove CO2 from the air could play a role in the fight against climate change according to Durwood Zaelke, a leading expert on rapid responses to global warming.
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#1 Oct 21, 2010
While biochar (charcoal in this case) does contain MOST of the carbon, it is a non-sequitur to say that the barbacue is 'carbon negative'.
An interesting idea though for using biochar for the rose garden..
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