Carbon management and biodiversity.

  title={Carbon management and biodiversity.},
  author={Michael A. Huston and Gregg Marland},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  volume={67 1},
International efforts to mitigate human-caused changes in the Earth's climate are considering a system of incentives (debits and credits) that would encourage specific changes in land use that can help to reduce the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide. The two primary land-based activities that would help to minimize atmospheric carbon dioxide are carbon storage in the terrestrial biosphere and the efficient substitution of biomass fuels and bio-based products for fossil fuels and… CONTINUE READING

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