oil/carbon misinformation, via reuters

opening screen from the video showing that the video was sponsored by ExxonMobil, yet it was produced independently by the Reuters Newsroom. saying the quiet parts out loud.

here’s a video about turning wood into charcoal by burning it, then mixing the remnants into the soil. how is this possibly better than simply letting the wood decompose naturally? From Wikipedia, “Biomass burning and natural decomposition releases large amounts of carbon dioxide and methane to the Earth’s atmosphere. The biochar production process also releases CO2 (up to 50% of the biomass), however, the remaining carbon content becomes indefinitely stable.”

ExxonMobil paid for this video that is allegedly independently produced by Reuters. how much could it have possibly cost to fund this video? why isn’t someone funding videos on Reuters that tell the truth about this?


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