Long-term sequestration

Long-term sequestration refers to the practice of capturing, securing, and storing  greenhouse gas (GHG) or other forms of carbon from the atmosphere for an extended period of time, ideally indefinitely.

The goal of long-term sequestration is to mitigate the effects of climate change by reducing the levels of CO2 and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

It is important that the used methods are sustainable and secure to ensure that the carbon does not re-enter the atmosphere. In this pilot, we reached that goal through using the wood for construction purposes in the area near the forest reserve. 

Long-term sequestration is essential for stabilizing global carbon levels and is considered a crucial component in efforts to combat climate change, but to identify and secure the long term storage of CO2 in construction sites is a large task and costly exercise.