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“Food system transformation is one of the most important issues of our time, and agriculture must be poised to feed a growing world population while creating negative carbon emissions.”



Click here to learn how the application of enhanced rock weathering in agriculture shows promise for tackling climate challenges.

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Spearheaded by the Working Lands Innovation Center, support for the Project Carbon Fund at UC Davis will create the world’s most comprehensive, state-of-the-art carbon farm. “Farming” carbon dioxide means removing the gas from the air and storing it in natural or engineered materials that act as long-term carbon sinks. By creating and demonstrating at scale a suite of innovative technologies and practices that will allow us to capture greater amounts of carbon, Project Carbon will address the single most important factor in holding the world’s temperature at a level that prevents the worst impacts on people, ecosystems and the economy.


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The Working Lands Innovation Center (WLIC) aims to catalyze negative carbon emissions by deploying soil amendment technologies at multi-acre scales in partnership with California researchers, state agencies, industry, farmers, ranchers, Tribes and small-business development. 

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