Workshop on marine Carbon Dioxide Removal



WKmCDRWKmCDRTrueLibby JewettEPDSGlibby.jewett@noaa.govWorkshop on marine Carbon Dioxide Removal

15–18 October 2024
Online workshop

​​​​​​​​​​​​Marine carbon dioxide removal is one of many ways of harnessing the ocean towards climate solutions.  Interest in mCDR from private industry is growing, with an eye towards selling carbon credits but the impact on marine ecosystems and species is not well understood.  This workshop will focus on assessing the state of the knowledge of environmental implications, both risks and co-benefits, for some of the most popular approaches of marine CDR in order to inform the ICES and broader community. The permitting of marine CDR, either as research efforts or operationally, requires a knowledge of how the approaches might affect marine species and ecosystems. 

This workshop seeks to better define what we do and don’t know about potential marine impacts and expects to provide some guidance about how national governments should navigate the uncertainties.  

Register here​ for the workshop. ​

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