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Reversing Climate Change by City-Tech Blogger Henry Ovalle

Today, by just spreading the word here on ClimateYou, I am helping out Warm Heat, a nonprofit organization based in Thailand, with a project that they have initiated to help put an end to climate change by using a method called Biochar. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment and is used as a means of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Biochar is a stable solid and rich in carbon, which helps the soil to stay in the same condition for many years.

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Warm Heat is an organization that helps farmers to test the performance of new fertilizers and agricultural techniques. Their work can have a huge impact on reversing global warming by using biochar and by spreading the word about the benefits of switching to biochar.

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  1. Interesting work! Thank you for sharing. I think it would be great if you talked more about what biochar is in your post, but I will definitely take a look at the articles you’ve hyperlinked. Good luck with your work and that of Warm Heat!

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