‘Urban soils’ can rapidly remove carbon from atmosphere

A new study has found that urban soils created at demolition sites have the capacity to sequester large amounts of atmospheric CO2 quickly and efficiently

by Rachel Salvidge
Soils from demolition sites could have the capacity to sequester CO2 (photograph: Michael Bauer/123Rf)
Soils from demolition sites could have the capacity to sequester CO2 (photograph: Michael Bauer/123Rf)

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