California Carbon Exchange - CALCARBONEX

Ecological Restoration of native ecosystems,
carbon sequestration, the natural way. Creating an Exchange for those Carbon Credits.

Box 361, Redwood City, CA 94064 - Craig Dremann (650) 325-7333

The Carbon Sequestration Science road map from the US Department of Energy is proposing a potential carbon sequestration method, by increasing belowground plant biomass, which has the additional benefit of reduced carbon decomposition losses (Torn & Dawson). Ecological restoration of native North American ecosystems, could be a practical method to easily accomplish that goal.

Torn, Margaret and Todd Dawson. ND. "Quantifying the importance of belowground plant allocation for sequestration of carbon in soils" DOE Carbon Sequestration current research.
Updated December 20, 2022 - Go to The Reveg Edge website