3 ways we could store carbon in the ocean - without harming it

Ocean-based carbon removal could help capture and store billion of tons of carbon. Image: Unsplash/ Jeremy Bishop

Katie Lebling

Associate, World Resource Institute

Eliza Northrop

Associate, World Resource Institute


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Ocean storing carbon capture biological chemical
There are a multitude of ways to capture carbon within our oceans. Image: GESAMP 2019.
Restoring coastal blue carbon ecosystems
salt marshes can help store carbon in addition to other restoration benefits. Image: Unsplash/Bre Smith
Uses benefits cultivated seaweed ocean
Seaweed can be used as food and fuel. Image: Duarte et al. 2017
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