Learn about Soil and Carbon Drawdown

Healthy soils are central to sustainable agroecosystems required to meet local food, 100% renewable energy, and carbon neutrality goals in Hawaii and elsewhere. However, how carbon transfers from the atmosphere to the soil and is kept there long enough to simultaneously improve soil health and assist with climate change mitigations efforts is complex and often misunderstood. Therefore, our research unravels the complicated processes that produce multiple co-benefits of healthy soil, including carbon sequestration and drawdown.

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