Do you think organic and cultural practices would affect it much
A study is basically a full frontal attack on lawns as being bad for global warming.
Doing it the high intensity way may get lawns legislated against.
The study doesn't say what practices the city was using but organic fertilizers don't use chemicals in production and it would be interesting to know how water deeply and infrequently and mow high (and less often) would compare to the carbon foot print found in the study. Additionally, I wonder how many of us would give up string trimmers and gas blowers to keep our grass?
Here is a link that might be useful: