Erich J. Knight 
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Re: “Rochester to undertake citywide climate inventory

Stockholm's Carbon Conservation for Heat, Home & H2O Health

Bloomberg Philanthropies, no less, reports;
Stockholm, one of the five winning cities in the 2014 Mayors Challenge prize competition, Are planning:
District Heat & Biochar production.
(Note to Companies send your proposals, they are choosing partners)
Biochar in return for Citizen's garden waste.
Use for storm water cleanup.

What A great, and engauging, way to run a "Biomass Railroad".
(Note to Stockholm; In the mean time promote TLUD Char-B-Qs, Wassail/Tea parties with community gardening folks.)

Biochar-ging Ahead to Engage Citizens in Combating Climate Change
http://www.bloomberg.org/blog/biochar-ging-ahead-engage-citizens-combating-climate-change/

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DC Farm Site Eco-Disaster

Stockholm's Carbon Conservation could be a model for a District of Columbia Carbon Conservation, thus a world urban model. This Nouveau brown field the perfect challenge for Biochar remediation.

DC farm site is ecological disaster
http://news.yahoo.com/apnewsbreak-dc-farm-ecological-disaster-164534203.html

The team at BrightFarms has been working in commercial scale urban agriculture since 2006 and claim "Revolutionary" zeal. (I hope zeal enough to read my char soils presentation)
http://www.brightfarms.com/s/#!/about_us

The city department of general services could hook-up with the White House.
The first lady's garden I recall had some lead issues,
I have seen two videos of the president congratulating Biochar science fair winners on the White House lawn.,
The Smithsonian Institute has a Terra Preta Soils display.
http://forces.si.edu/soils/02_08_04.html
Plus, I have copied the USDA Biochar research folks.

City of Trees is a former nickname of DC,
Contact Bartlett Tree Arboricultural Researcher Kelby Fite, about their Biochar product.
http://www.bartlett.com/tips/Biochar.cfm

But if ya'll can't work it out....Welcome to Virginia!

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Posted by Erich J. Knight on 02/19/2015 at 5:17 AM

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