Soil conservation could meet one-sixth of US greenhouse gas targets

Soils could become as important a "sink" for atmospheric carbon dioxide as forests. A paper by the North American Society for Water and Soil Conservation (NASWSC) suggests that modern techniques of soil conservation could soak up enough carbon to meet a sixth of the American and Canadian targets for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases over the next 20 years.

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