Biomass, charcoal, energy, help address climate change

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Biochar is centuries old. It’s simply biomass turned into charcoal, but researchers are saying converting biomass [3] in charcoal – and energy – could help address the issue of climate change [4]. Dr. Paul Brown of Iowa State University discussed this in an interview during the BIOeconference held by 12 Midwest states in Ames, Iowa.

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