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Carbon Sequestration—The Climate Change Solution That Virtually All Climate Activists Ignore

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  • 2015 has been declared the International Year of Soils, with the objective to achieve full recognition of the prominent contributions of soils to food security and climate change adaptation
  • Carbon sequestration in soils can help regenerate soils, increase crop yields, reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, limit fresh water usage, reduce use of agricultural chemicals, and reduce pollution
  • About 40 percent of agricultural soils around the globe is currently classified as degraded or seriously degraded; the world only has about 60 years’ worth of topsoil left

By Dr. Mercola

2015 has been declared the International Year of Soils, and few topics could be more important at this time. One of the objectives of the International Year of Soils is to "create full awareness of civil society and decision makers about the fundamental roles of soils for human's life."

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