What if there were an inexpensive technology that could cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50 percent or more?
What if this technology over the next 30-40 years could also sequester 50-100 parts-per-million (ppm) of carbon dioxide (CO2), to bring the total ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere down from the current 392 ppm to 350 ppm – the number scientists tell us we must achieve in order to avert a climate crisis? And what if this technology were widely available to all of us?
It is. And we need look no further than the end of our forks.