Global output of biomass carbon is 100 gigaton (Gt). If we take 2% of that carbon, 2% off every tree, every field, every lawn, we can make 1 Gt of stable carbon using the Biochar process. We take this 1 Gt and dump it into the 10 Gt of engineered goods we produce globally, every year. That's 10% average Biochar content. Some materials would be harder to dope with carbon than others. Some could be filled with much more carbon. If we'd do that, we would remove 1 Gt of carbon, permanently out of the atmosphere. That equates to 3.6 Gt of CO2, already taking us into the range suggested by the IPCC. And we haven't considered the green thermal energy we've gained.