The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change.
Why use carbon markets? Carbon markets aim to do several things. They aim to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG, or “carbon”) emissions cost-effectively by…
The Business Council of Alberta has released a strategic action plan to grow agriculture and forestry in Alberta.
An Overview Of The Avoided And Removed Greenhouse Gases In Alberta’s Annual Cropping Agriculture, By Postal Code, From 2002-2018: Where Did This Happen?
Biological Carbon Canada with support and assistance from the Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance discusses the Avoided And Removed Greenhouse Gases In Alberta’s Annual Cropping Agriculture.
Sharing news and views about how to enhance the global competitiveness of Canada’s primary agriculture and forestry sectors, all while delivering carbon reductions and removals.
As the COVID-19 situation developed in mid March, to ensure the safety of our members and to continue to provide ongoing resources, Biological Carbon Canada hosted our first virtual Town Hall.
Cecil Nagy discusses permanent cover carbon sequestration for the Canadian Agricultural Partnership.
Soil Health Campbell et al. 1997 found that the elimination of fallow had the greatest impact on total organic C, N, and microbial biomass. Lupwayi...
Lana Awada and Cecil Nagy discuss Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in the Crop Sector for the Canadian Agricultural Partnership
There is no doubt that the Global Agriculture Sector faces several challenges and pressures. Barely a day goes by without news of imminent problems...
This report details the impacts of climate change and carbon pricing on agriculture, agri-food and forestry.
Graham Gilchrist speaks to the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry about adaptation and emission reduction strategies.
This paper discusses the social cost of carbon concept and how it is used and the apparent dissonance between the carbon pricing in the draft legislation and the government’s SCC estimates.
Grazing and climate effects on soil organic carbon concentration and particle-size association in northern grasslands
Scientific Reports by nature.com discusses the effects that long-term livestock grazing may have on soil C storage across northern grasslands.
Greetings and Merry Christmas. On behalf of the Directors of Biological Carbon Canada, season greetings. It is our hope 2018 is a success for your...