A new bill aims to improve greenhouse gas capture and storage

The Carbon Sequestration and Collaboration Act is a new bill to improve greenhouse gas capture and storage.

Leaders from several departments came together to create it. They say the land use and forestry sectors already remove about 13 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, but they want to coordinate more research to maximize natural solutions to climate change.

They say they hope having a better way to share this knowledge will help eliminate the need for restrictive mandates that raise prices for American farmers and families.


Agriculture accounted for a small percentage of greenhouse gas emissions

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