Eric Niler writes in The Wall Street Journal on how the ocean can be used to fight climate change.
- Scientists estimate that the ocean sequesters a quarter of global emissions annually.
- Entrepreneurs are exploring new ways to increase the carbon capture potential of the world’s ocean, which could prove to be a tricky endeavor.
- One such company is Running Tide, which is planting massive kelp forests on the seafloor to sequester CO2.
- The private sector is unlocking solutions to address climate change.
Read the full article here.