Agriculture is responsible for 24 percent of our global greenhouse gas emissions. Despite this, UC Davis researchers say agriculture holds huge potential to be one of the biggest solutions to climate change. Carbon farming may hold the key. The newest episode of Unfold examines how scientists are adding rock dust to crops to see if it can sequester carbon while also increasing yields for farmers.
In this episode:
- Ben Houlton, affiliate faculty member, former director of the John Muir Institute of the Environment at UC Davis
- Maya Almaraz, program manager in the Houlton Lab and terrestrial biochemist
- Iris Holzer, graduate student in the Houlton Lab
- Derek Azevedo, executive vice president, Bowles Farming Company in Los Banos, California
- George Dias, Specialty Granules in Ione, California
In season 2, Unfold explores the solutions to and complexities of climate change. It is available free, on demand at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon’s Tunein, Stitcher, Pandora and Spotify. It is hosted by Amy Quinton and co-hosted by Kat Kerlin. It is produced by Cody Drabble. Original music for Unfold comes from UC Davis alumnus Damien Verrett and Curtis Jerome Haynes. Follow on Twitter at @Unfoldpodcast.
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