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Is a thermo-chemical process in which organic biomass is exposed at very high temperatures, ranging from 400°C to 800°C with little to no oxygen. When biomass undergoes pyrolysis, the carbon inside the organic matter is rearranged in a highly stable carbon structure that can remain intact for centuries or even millennia, effectively sequestering CO2.

Biochar is a charcoal-like material produced from sustainably sourced biomass, such as agricultural, forestry, or industrial residues (e.g., corn stalks, hulls, wood chips, manure, etc.).
It is produced through a process called pyrolysis or carbonization in which the biomass is heated at very high temperatures in an oxygen limited environment, creating a very porous carbon skeleton that acts like a sponge retaining nutrients, water, and housing and protecting microorganisms.

​​​​Biochar offers a range of benefits, but it’s true power lies in its ability to sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere while restoring soil’s natural fertility

Biochar is carbon negative because it disrupts the neutral carbon cycle by transforming atmospheric carbon into stable organic carbon. During pyrolysis, carbon in the biomass is locked in the biochar, rather than released as CO2 emissions. This process sequesters carbon, effectively removing it from the carbon cycle and helping to mitigate climate change. As a result, biochar has a net negative carbon footprint, making it a valuable tool for carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation.
Biochar is eco-friendly because it addresses one of the most significant challenges posed by climate change: the accumulation of greenhouse gases, including CO2, in the Earth’s atmosphere. Biochar is a sustainable solution that transforms organic residues into significant environmental solutions for waste management, soil fertility and resilience enhancement, water pollution management, and long-term carbon storage.