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Research demonstrates organic cotton growing has sequestered significant volumes of carbon

by Futures Centre, Nov 29
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Research demonstrates that organic cotton growing has already sequestered significant volumes of carbon and has the potential to sequester much more:

 

Strategies for greenhouse gas emissions mitigation in Mediterranean agriculture: A review – ScienceDirect

An integrated assessment of the potential of different management practices for mitigating specific components of the total GHG budget (N 2O and CH 4 emissions and C sequestration) of Mediterranean agrosystems was performed in this study. Their suitability regarding both yield and environmental (e.g.

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