4th year UWS BA Journalism/Sports Journalism visit Govan docks to highlight an environmental project which demonstrates how plants can help with reclaiming polluted soil. The site is being repurposed from wasteland to an urban garden and eco-centre.
Biochar is a stable form of carbon (similar to charcoal). For every tonne of biochar 3 tonnes of atmospheric C02 is captured and when sequestered in soils or building materials the carbon is permanently stored. As such “Biochar is one of the most promising near-term commercially viable carbon removal approaches.” The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering,
We’re proud to be featured in the Glasgow Guardian. View Ashmita Shanthakumar article here. Plants used for carbon capture planted on the banks of the Clyde in new rewilding project. Seawater Solutions and BlueGreen Glasgow are showing “Last weekend in Govan”. Seawater Solutions is an organisation that helps turn under-utilised land into wetland ecosystems for
We were visited by John Devlin from The Scotsman to understand our project on the historic docks of Govan. View the video below or visit The Scotsmans article here.