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We could use marine snow as a drawdown method to remove CO2 from the atmosphere to prevent global warming and preserve the oceans' ecosystems. Marine snow could help us remove up to 20% of the world’s annual CO2 emissions, and prevent ocean acidification.
Dr. Stasa Puskaric explains how triggering the formation of marine snow can help the ocean remove more atmospheric CO2. Footage from the HBO documentary, Ice on Fire, produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Leila Conners.
MARINE SNOW TO BEAT GLOBAL WARMING
Marine snow is the oceans natural mechanism to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. Because we emit more CO2 than the ocean can handle, professor Stasa Puskaric suggests helping the natural systems, and help marine snow aggregates form in the Southern oceans.
Beat Global Warming work to further the Croatian professor Stasa Puskaric's research on how to help the ocean remove atmospheric carbon dioxide, and produce oxygen, by triggering the formation of marine snow aggregates. We have now reached a point where we must remove CO2 from the atmosphere in order to beat global warming. Inducing the formation of marine snow, as a drawdown method, to capture and bury carbon dioxide on the deep ocean floor, is the only mechanism large enough to make a real impact to beat global warming. If you watched the recent HBO climate change documentary, Ice on Fire, produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, you probably heard of using marine snow as a drawdown method to remove atmospheric CO2. To learn more about his suggested research project, have a look at the GEA@275 Project
Here at Beat Global Warming, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in preventing global warming and protect the oceans' ecosystems. We are a partner in professor Stasa puskaric´s GEA@275 project, and our goal is to gather support and funding from all people interested in assisting the ocean systems remove atmospheric CO2. The project will preserve the oceans and help us beat global warming.
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