Fellow Jim Blackburn and the Baker Institute are leading a group that is brainstorming ways to create a market for storing carbon in the soil of prairies, farms, ranches and grasslands in Texas and around the country. Grasslands store most of their carbon underground, in their roots and the soil. "It’s a good locker to put the carbon into,” Blackburn told the Washington Post.
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May 05 2021 | Domestic Health Policy
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May 05 2021 | Center for the U.S. and Mexico