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Carbon Capture Sequestration - Crossref

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Last Updated: 28 January 2023

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Carbon capture and sequestration for sustainable land use – A review

In addition to providing carbon sequestration to employees, carbon sequestration has increasingly been recognized as one of the most critical issues/strategies to tackle the global warming led climate change impacts. In the year 2030, from 2010 levels and higher to a 'u2018net zero' by 2050, according to a United Nations panel's most recent World Union survey, there will be a need to minimize the global net CO2 emissions by around 45% by 2050. According to both wheat, 10 percent of rice, and 30u201390 kg/ha in corn, increasing cereal production in the developing countries by 32 and 11 million Mg/yr respectively, each 1 Mg/ha increase in soil organic carbon pool in the root zone under the soil increased yields of crops by 20/20 kg/ha in the case of wheat, 10000 kg/ha in rice, and 30 billion kg/ha in corn. Hence, CS, in addition to combating global warming potential, also helps the farming community and the nation in advancing food security on a sustainable basis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.56093/ijas.v93i1.124838

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