The biospheric carbon sink could provide at least 106% of the greenhouse emissions reductions required to avoid catastrophic warming.

(This clarifies things!) The diagram above shows the breakdown of greenhouse emissions reductions from 1) assuming that achieving the Glasgow Forests and Lands is not counted as an additional emissions reduction and 2) instead making a smart changes to Crops and Meat, which would include ending deforestation and restoring lands globally, that priority alone: achieving globally Regenerative Agriculture by 2030 , would provide 106% of the annual emissions reductions needed, per year, to keep us out of the worst case climate scenario.

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Chris Searles is founder/director of BioIntegrity (biointegrity.net) and cofounder/exec. editor of AllCreation.org (allcreation.org).

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