Guest Column | July 7, 2022

Smart Irrigation For Agriculture Leads To More Efficient Carbon Capture

Jim Lauria

By Jim Lauria


Farmers are key to carbon capture, though many plans to reverse greenhouse gas emissions — such as the one described in Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's 2020 report on California's efforts, Getting to Neutral — largely ignore them.

Let's take California as an example. Nearly 70,000 farmers across the state steward more than 24 million acres of land — 37,500 square miles of cropland, pasture and range that can be a prime carbon sequestration medium.

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