Mar 10, 2012
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10 March 2012 , 2:23 PM by Rob Minshull
The Climate Change Commissioner, Professor Tim Flannery, has described it as representing the single most important initiative for humanity's environmental and agricultural future.
He was talking about something called biochar and, this weekend, biochar advocates, professionals and enthusiasts are getting together in Maleny on the Sunshine Coast hinterland for a two-day workshop to talk about biochar and its potential.
One of the key speakers at the events is Dr Paul Taylor, author of The Biochar Revolution. He spoke to Warren Boland about biochar and how it works.
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