Jesse Klein writes about Project Vesta, a nonprofit that is boosting carbon storage in oceans, for GreenBiz.
- Project Vesta is a nonprofit initiative that is accelerating carbon capture in oceans.
- The company places an abundant mineral called olivine along coastlines, which when dissolved in water accelerates the carbonate reaction, effectively leading to greater storage of carbon in the ocean.
- Project Vesta estimates that if this process were deployed on .1 to .25 percent of the Earth’s beaches, it could capture 100 percent of annual carbon emissions.
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