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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The Blue Economy: Importance of Ocean Conservation

Green Tech Challenge

The Blue Economy is sustainable use of ocean resources for: economic growth, improved livelihoods, job creation, and ocean ecosystem health. Achieving a sustainable Blue Economy requires amplified conversation, education and intentional efforts in ocean conservation. The world relies on the ocean for survival, and its human inhabitants all participate in at least one daily activity, which affects the ocean ecosystem. Join the ocean conservation conversation.

Ocean-based sequestration heats up

AGreenLiving

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.

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.

A Green Christmas Carol

Green Market Oracle

Agricultural shortfalls will be further exacerbated by ocean acidification, which is another corollary of rising levels of atmospheric CO2. This year was difficult to say the least. This season shines light into the darkness of our grief and despair.