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Exploring fungi and enlisting farmers in the battle against climate change, ABC

Agriculture usually involves taking something off or out of the land and selling it, but agronomist Guy Webb wants to put a commodity into the soil and leave it there.

The amazing secret to cutting 25% of carbon could be under our feet, Forbes:

The world is facing a climate crisis, spurred on by record-breaking levels of atmospheric CO2 generated by the burning of fossil fuels and the destruction of natural ecosystems.

Early Zoom backer, Mike Cannon-Brookes back Soil Carbon Co, Australian Financial Review:

A start-up that has created a solution that lets plants store more of the carbon they extract from the atmosphere in the ground has scored $10 million in funding from Mike Cannon-Brookes' Grok Ventures and early Spotify and Zoom investor Horizons Ventures.

Using microfungi & melanin, this soil carbon startup just raised $6.9m in a round led by Li Ka-shing’s VC, Ag Funder News:

Australian startup Soil Carbon Co has raised A$10 million ($6.94 million) in seed funding in a round led by Horizons Ventures, the VC firm set up by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing.