We must be realistic about how much soil carbon sequestration can achieve in the fight against the climate crisis
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Soil carbon sequestration is front and centre in the government’s plan to combat global warming, and it makes political sense, because politicians have a dilemma.
Voters and big business want climate change action. But on the eve of an election, it’s a game politician who tells the voters to fly less, drive less, use less internet, watch less television, waste less food and turn the lights off.