For those of you who were fascinated by Brian's Practical Charcoal expertise at the Campfire Convention the other week, you maybe interested in an online session running as part of the DIF Festival (16:30 - 17:15 BST ON 10 SEP)
The International Biochar Initiative proposes that we bake organic waste (from food production, gardening, even sewage) to convert it into a toxic-free, multi-purpose material known as biochar. The process ultimately has a positive effect on the planet, which is why Project Drawdown rated biochar as one of the top 100 ideas that can reverse the effects of climate change.
In this session, we'll get to grips with the science and the technology, and we'll find out how the IBI proposes to tell the world about the benefits of biochar.
Board member of the International Biochar Initiative (IBI) Kathleen Draper is a Board member of the International Biochar Initiative (IBI). Since 2017 she has hosted the International Biochar Initiative's (IBI) biochar webinar series as well as their annual biochar study tours which seek to showcase world class examples of industrial...