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December 06, 2014
Sweet peppers are planted in a field containing biochar at the Villa Carmen Biological Station in Pilcopata,...
PILCOPATA, Peru
Sweet peppers are planted in a field containing biochar at the Villa Carmen Biological Station in Pilcopata...
Sweet peppers are planted in a field containing biochar at the Villa Carmen Biological Station in Pilcopata, Cusco December 4, 2014. Locals farming in areas of the Peruvian rainforest commonly burn fields to improve soil quality, which create carbon dioxide emissions that may harm the environment. The Amazon Conservation Association (Asociacion para la Conservacion de la Cuenca Amazonica, ACCA) is introducing environmentally-friendly practices such as creating biochar from bamboo burned in specialized ovens, as part of their long-term sustainable agriculture programmes. A two-week long U.N. Climate summit is taking place in Lima from December 1. Picture taken December 4. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
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