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Soil Carbon: Climate Solutions Right Under Our Feet

Dr Samantha Grover, a Soil Scientist leading the Soil-Atmosphere-Anthroposphere Lab at RMIT University, presented this webinar about soil for food security and climate.

According to her, “The soil carbon pool is bigger than both the atmospheric and plant carbon pools.”

She discussed how more carbon can be stored in soil through agriculture and peatlands. 

Warrenbayne Farm Collective and Open Food Network featured in this webinar by Royal Society of Victoria and Soil Science Australia’s.

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