This Startup Is Fighting Climate Change With Suburban Lawns

Mycelial networks sequester an enormous amount of carbon and provide other environmental benefits as well

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Suburbs in Dallas, Texas. Source: Wikipedia.org
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Atlanta-based entrepreneur, Joseph Kelly, wants to democratize the fight against climate change. Source: Joseph Kelly
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The NetZero mycelial orb. The NetZero orb is made up of a cocktail of mycelial spores; the broad range of spores assures that mycelial networks will take hold in any environment after being applied to a lawn. Source: SRCProject.com
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A participant in the Sacred Rivers Climate Project work in Uganda and her young children. Women’s economic empowerment — which SRCP enhances through employment opportunities — creates widening ripples of benefits across a society. Source: SRCProject.com
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A Nepalese worker in the Sacred River Climate Project program and her two daughters. Structuring afforestation projects to benefit local residents helps to make the projects successful and offers real economic benefits to the communities. Source: SRCProject.com
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These NetZero dispensers are designed for apartment residents to cultivate mycelial networks in their potted porch plants. Source: SRCProject.com

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