Monthly Archives:October 2011

The Weekly Roundup: Biochar Across the Globe

Hey everyone, hope you had a great week. What follows is this week’s biochar roundup.

Here is a great article courtesy of eponline.com. I’s about a new grant-funded startup created by students at the University of Washington is bringing attention to the many benefits of using biochar.

How about biochar from an Australian perspective? Biochar Industries Kungur is open to all. Check out the gallery of images below the article.

From Australia to Cambodia, this blog discusses how awesome biochar is and how it is being used in Cambodia. Includes a 10 minute slideshow presentation.

Finally, this site is just full of information. The Biochar Earth Network: biochar.be

That’s all for now. Thanks for reading!

The Weekly Roundup: Biochar goes to College and more

If you’re in the NY area, be sure to check out Bard College. A division of the school called the Center for Environmental Policy is offering biochar-based classes beginning in January of 2012. The best part? They are open to the public. Educate yourself! Find more about Bard’s CEP here.

Here is a series of entertaining YouTube videos displaying the results of using biochar. The videos come courtesy of MichiganBiochar.com. You can check out their website here.

This insanely informative article comes from the EarthAction.org blog. Give it a read if you have a moment. You can follow @earthaction on Twitter.

Finally, the International Biochar Initiative have drafted standardized guidelines for biochar usage. Have a look at them here and be sure to check out the scheduled live webinars at the bottom of the page.

Be healthy, everyone!