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  Slide69.jpg - Atmospheric carbon dioxide increase has been consistent with soil organic matter loss over the last hundred years. By employing proper land management techniques soil carbon can be restored in 6.3 billion hectares worldwide. Almost 200% of current carbon emissions could be sequestered in 6.3 billion hectares that would restore global soil fertility, and reduce erosion, drought, flooding, and pollution.  
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1 September 2012
Atmospheric carbon dioxide increase has been consistent with soil organic matter loss over the last hundred years. By employing proper land management techniques soil carbon can be restored in 6.3 billion hectares worldwide. Almost 200% of current carbon emissions could be sequestered in 6.3 billion hectares that would restore global soil fertility, and reduce erosion, drought, flooding, and pollution.
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