Carbon free energy to solve the CO2 and global warming issue:

The Bill Gates Equation:

That might look complicated. It’s not.

On the right side you have the total amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) we put out in the atmosphere. This is what we need to get to zero. It’s based in the four factors on the left side of the equation: the world*s population (P) multiplied by the services (S) used by each person; the energy (E) needed to provide each of those services; and finally, the carbon dioxide (C) produced by that energy.

As you learned in math class, any number multiplied by zero will equal zero. So if we want to get to zero CO2, then we need to get at least one of the four factors on the left to zero.

Our research documents that it is achievable NOW; potentially no anthropogenic fossil fuel or carbon dioxide (CO2) emission agriculture, transportation, energy in general and our atmosphere = ACET Solutions.

Farming to solve the CO2 and global warming issue:

«Make Agriculture Great Again» + « Quatre per mille” (France at the World Climate Summit 2015).

On 13 June 2019, INRAE delivered a study commissioned by the French Agency for Ecological Transition (ADEME) and the Ministry of Agriculture concerning the carbon storage potential of soils in France. Using a novel methodology, the study was able to evaluate this potential by estimating the implementation cost, region by region, in terms of a 4 ‰ goal. The 4 per 1000 Initiative for Food Security and Climate was launched during the UN Climate Change Conference held in Paris in 2015.


Why store more carbon in our soils? In a context of climate urgency, the goal of 4 ‰ that was fixed to neutralise annual increases in atmospheric carbon is supplemental to the principal objective which remains a reduction in our greenhouse gas emissions. Soils that contain more carbon – or in other words, more organic matter – are more fertile. This initiative is therefore favourable to the environment, as well as to agriculture and global food security.


How can we increase this storage in France? The INRAE study first of all identified the farming and forestry practices that favour soil carbon storage and are compatible with agroecology.


For this reason, public policies in favour of maintaining permanent grasslands and forests and halting land take will be necessary to attain the 4‰ goal.