Sand To Green

Sand to Green, a French-Moroccan enterprise, wants to transform the desert from a hazard to a food supplier. The corporation intends to develop additional arable land in Morocco while continuing to support desalination research and development (R&D) and soil re-fertilization measurements. The startup has announced the building of 20 hectaresContinue Reading

The Indian government has designated grasslands as wastelands...

Open natural ecosystems (also known as ONEs) include cold and scorching deserts, rock outcrops, boulder and rubble fields, wetlands and marshes, and various grasslands and savanna ecosystems all over the world. According to some estimates, they occupy around two-thirds of the Earth’s terrestrial surface. India began mapping wastelands in 2000,Continue Reading


Nutrien Ltd. just revealed that it is considering Geismar, LA as the location for the world’s largest clean ammonia facility. Clean ammonia will be made utilizing revolutionary technology to achieve at least a 90% decrease in CO2 emissions, building on the company’s expertise in low-carbon ammonia manufacturing. The project willContinue Reading


Death is profound, momentous, and beyond our understanding. With an approach that is as practical as it is meaningful, Recompose connects the end of life to the natural world. Recompose use the ‘natural organic reduction’ which involves surrounding a human corpse with wood chips, alfalfa, and straw before placing it intoContinue Reading

Soil Carbon Co

Fundamentally, two of the world’s most pressing challenges, climate change and soil degradation, boil down to a simple imbalance: there is too much carbon in the air, and not enough in the ground. An Australian agritech startup, Soil Carbon Co, which specializes in what it terms “microbe-mediated carbon sequestration” ­–Continue Reading

Carbon Capture

Carbon dioxide is actually used for a bunch of things today. The global market for bulk CO2 is about 230 million tons a year, which sounds like a lot, except that it’s vastly smaller than the excess CO2 we emit annually and even smaller than the excess in the atmosphere.Continue Reading