PROFILE: BIOCHAR FIELD TRIALS IN ZAMBIA, INDONESIA, MALAYSIA AND NEPAL AS WELL AS NEW BIOCHAR CHARACTERIZATION RESEARCH FROM A TEAM IN NORWAY

PROFILE: BIOCHAR FIELD TRIALS IN ZAMBIA, INDONESIA, MALAYSIA AND NEPAL AS WELL AS NEW BIOCHAR CHARACTERIZATION RESEARCH FROM A TEAM IN NORWAY Updated reports on the group’s work in Zambia in 2011 and 2012 are now available. The Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) have a truly global research agenda with biochars…

PROFILE: A NEPALI VILLAGER’S TRADITION OF MAKING LOW TEMPERATURE BIOCHAR

PROFILE: A NEPALI VILLAGER’S TRADITION OF MAKING LOW TEMPERATURE BIOCHAR By: S. Joseph1, C. Chia1, S. Campbell2, P. Munroe1, and N. Dahal3 School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Asian Development Bank; Manila, Philippines Climate Change Specialist,  Kathmandu, Nepal Read the full story in Japanese by clicking here Translated…

PROFILE: BIOCHAR AT LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE FOR AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (ATB) IN POTSDAM, GERMANY

PROFILE: BIOCHAR AT LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE FOR AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (ATB) IN POTSDAM, GERMANY Read the full story in Japanese by clicking here Translated by Hiroaki Kato Researchers at the Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering (ATB) have one explanation for the rapid growth of their biochar research program: Biochar is viral. As researcher Jan Mumme tells it:…