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From Waste to Wonder: Using Compost to Restore Carbon to Soil

Author: Nicole Block

Discusses how composting can mitigate climate change by capturing carbon and restoring it to soil. Explains how applying compost to grasslands can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and efficiently dispose of organic waste. Provides results from a study conducted by the Marin Carbon Project in California.

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