Air Terra
Air Terra

CO2 AND CLIMATE CHANGE

More than seven billion people burn fuel to keep warm, to provide electricity to light their homes and to run industry, and to move about using cars, buses, boats, trains, and airplanes … arrow MORE

WHAT IS BIOCHAR?

Any biomass waste – from wood to peanut shells – releases carbon as it decomposes. But it can be burned in a kiln by pyrolysis (an airless burning technique) to create biochar. The biochar is then dug back into the ground in order to lock carbon into the soil …
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OUR SOLUTION

The AirTerra solution is hundreds of thousands of low cost, low tech, biochar stoves. Distributed by NGO’s in areas where they already know the people in their communities, the AirTerra stoves are specially designed to reduce wood consumption … arrow MORE