Ocean-based sequestration heats ups

GreenBiz

Ocean-based sequestration heats ups. Yet another natural sink absorbs about as much carbon dioxide as our planet’s soils and forests combined: the world’s coastal and ocean waters. Thanks to their work, companies of all sizes soon may be able invest in ocean sequestration.

Ocean-based sequestration heats up

GreenBiz

Ocean-based sequestration heats up. Yet another natural sink absorbs about as much carbon dioxide as our planet’s soils and forests combined: the world’s coastal and ocean waters. Thanks to their work, companies of all sizes soon may be able invest in ocean sequestration.

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Ocean-based sequestration heats up

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Ocean-based sequestration heats up Jim Giles Mon, 02/01/2021 – 00:30 This article originally appeared in the State of Green Business 2021. Yet another natural sink absorbs about as much carbon dioxide as our planet’s soils and forests combined: the world’s coastal and ocean waters.

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Ocean-based sequestration heats ups

AGreenLiving

Ocean-based sequestration heats ups Jim Giles Mon, 02/01/2021 – 00:30 This article originally appeared in the State of Green Business 2021. Yet another natural sink absorbs about as much carbon dioxide as our planet’s soils and forests combined: the world’s coastal and ocean waters. Until recently, ocean sequestration, also known as blue carbon, attracted little attention outside academic and think-tank circles. Excerpt from: Ocean-based sequestration heats ups.