The StarPhoenix: Soft geoengineering could mitigate change

„For those not confident in global targets to reduce C02 emissions, geoengineering – the deliberate large-scale intervention in the Earth’s natural systems to counteract climate change – offers a last-ditch solution. […] The American soil scientist Rattan Lal and others argue that restoring vegetation on degraded lands and increasing soil organic carbon (SOC) on existing farmland has the potential to sequester sufficient CO2 to substantially mitigate climate change if done on a large scale.“