© 2024 Ideastream Public Media

1375 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
(216) 916-6100 | (877) 399-3307

WKSU is a public media service licensed to Kent State University and operated by Ideastream Public Media.
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Burying Climate Change


Billions of tons of carbon are floating in the atmosphere and you might be surprised to discover where it came from. Farming practices, including the simple act of tilling the soil, allow carbon to escape. But there's hope, says former Cleveland author Kristen Ohlsen, in her book, "The Soil Will Save Us." It's possible to put the carbon back where it came from. She joins Mike McIntyre for The Sound of Ideas this morning at 9:00 to tell us how. Kristin Ohlson, author, The Soil Will Save Us