The Northwest Biocarbon Initiative
is galvanizing the region’s top biocarbon innovators – farmers, foresters, community leaders, and thinkers – to demonstrate the essential role that natural systems can play in reducing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere to ensure long-term climate stability. Read more._________________________________________________________
Restoring Nature - Storing Natural Carbon
Monday, June 10, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St., Seattle, 98195
With carbon dioxide now over 390 parts per million, scientists are suggesting “. . . humanity has already transgressed” the climate boundary, and point to 350 parts per million as the target to restore a “safe operating space for humanity.” Read more.
The Northwest has what it takes to develop catalytic, world-class initiatives to build the biocarbon economy.
To learn more about biocarbon solutions and see them in action, meet our Innovation Partners and find out how their projects increase the capacity of the planet to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and view our videos of some Northwest biocarbon leaders.
For more information on the Northwest Biocarbon Initiative
contact Rhys Roth, 360.352.1763 x23