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Dry mushrooms could slow climate change…and some are needed for climate policy

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Apparently some shrooms can sequester more carbon as temperatures rise…

Because the fungi in the dry northern areas are off their feed, they process less of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, leaving more of it locked in the soil and less of it in the atmosphere, (here)

Well if only we could get some of these little babies to help with climate policy … we might just get a coherent policy vision. Says our intrepid BC harvester Bad Weed (see here for his last quote):

Dude, I have had a long-term climate policy vision, and it rocks.

Indeed.

Written by Dave Sawyer

November 4th, 2008 at 3:17 am

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