Agricultural Reviews

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Agricultural Reviews, volume 34 issue 2 (june 2013) : 129-136


A. Abdul Haris, Vandna Chhabra, Sandeep Biswas
1ICAR Research Complex for Eastern Region ICAR Parisar, Patna- 800014, India
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Cite article:- Haris Abdul A., Chhabra Vandna, Biswas Sandeep (2024). CARBON SEQUESTRATION FOR MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE –A REVIEW. Agricultural Reviews. 34(2): 129-136. doi: .
Emission of greenhouse gases has become a matter of major concern; nations are struggling to lower the greenhouse gas emissions because of its adverse effects on life. There is dire need to lower the source size and enlarge the sinks of green house gases. Reducing CO2 concentration in the atmosphere by enhancing the rates of removal of the atmospheric CO2 through carbon sequestration is considered as one of the best climate change mitigation strategy. Carbon sequestration is the issue of international interest due to its potential impact on agriculture and climate change. Oceans, soils, geological formations, mangroves, bogs, agriculture and agro forestry serves carbon sequesters. Although intensive agriculture is a source of carbon emission, it can be converted to sink with proper management. Policies to reduce climate change using natural ecosystems to sequester and store carbon should be accompanied by technological solutions to further reduce the impacts of climate change.

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