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Capture and removal

Capturing carbon through UK woodlands

Professor Dominick Spracklen and Dr Cat Scott are exploring the carbon storage capacity of UK woodlands, to help quantify and maximise the role forests can play in achieving net zero emissions.

Using carbon capture to clean up industry

Professor Chris Rayner and colleagues from spin-out company C-Capture are involved in the first BECCS (bioenergy with carbon capture and storage) pilot project of its kind in the world.

Climate-smart agriculture for sustainable farming

Dr Marcelo Galdos is helping farmers to protect their soils and make smarter, region-specific agricultural management choices.

Sequestering soil carbon by planting hedgerows

Professor Pippa Chapman and her team are quantifying the change in soil organic carbon as a result of planting hedgerows.