How can soil carbon fight climate change?

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Soil carbon sequestration has been hailed as a solution to the climate crisis. Can it really live up to the hype?

From mangrove swamps to agricultural incentives to use farmland to store carbon, on this episode of Huh? Science Explained, Ellen Phiddian takes us through what soil carbon is and whether it’s a silver bullet to the problem of human-made carbon emissions.

Huh? Science Explained is a LiSTNR production.

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