Building on Natural Processes
The Biologic Containment Program builds upon the capacity of natural ecosystems to capture and store carbon. Our projects aim to expand and prolong carbon storage in these ecosystems as part of longer-term carbon containment strategies. This Program is in an initial research phase, and experimental results and findings will inform the deployment of pilot projects.
Forests, wood products, and peatlands all offer opportunities for carbon containment. Our projects investigate ways to contain carbon now, while also preserving wood biomass for use in the future.