Scientists have found that U.S. farms could be removing carbon dioxide (CO2), from the air. The U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists have found that U.S. farm and grazing land soils are currently storing an estimated 20 million metric tons of carbon a year. This estimate shows that U.S. farm soils are a net “carbon bank” that keeps more carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere than they put in, overall.
Ok, I hope this doesn’t sound very abstract but a carbon creates a value for emission reductions credits from renewable energy systems and other activities. It also provides individuals and organizations to keep track of greenhouse gas emissions in a bank-like environment. Once can use their account to “manage emissions, establish baselines, and submit reductions.” One can also trade carbon.
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