Regenerative agriculture: effective responses to climate change
Daniel Christian Wahl

Your arguments for ecological agriculture would be bolstered by presenting comparative yields (e.g., key row crops) for industrial and regenerative technologies. I would also enjoy seeing some calculations that demonstrate soil carbon sequestration, including biochar, could materially affect global carbon dynamics at required scales. For example, reducing global atmospheric CO2 by 1 ppm requires “deep sequestration” of about 8 billion metric tons of CO2.

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