Agroforestry and the Carbon Sequestration


Elena Petrova*

Eliminating atmospheric Carbon (C) and storing it in the earthly biosphere is one of the choices, which have been proposed to remunerate Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. Agricultural lands are accepted to be a significant expected sink and could retain huge amounts of C if trees are once again introduced to these frameworks and prudently oversaw along with crops or potentially animals. Carbon dioxide is a heat trapping gas created both in nature and by human intervention. Man-made carbon dioxide can emerge out of burning coal, natural gas and oil to produce energy. Biologic carbon dioxide can emerge out of deteriorating natural matter, woods fires and other land use changes. The development of carbon dioxide and other 'greenhouse gases' in the environment can trap heat and add to environmental change.

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