Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal Practices Animated Explainer Video

This is the fifth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this animated explainer video, we explore Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Ocean-Based CDR Practices capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

Release Date: February 21, 2023

The Foundation for Climate Restoration is raising awareness and supporting advocacy for solutions that can restore a safe and healthy climate. Our Solution Series offers a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. This panel explores Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss its ability to achieve scalable, financeable, permanent, and equitable outcomes and then provide ways for readers to advocate for its safe and thoughtful implementation.

The panel will take place following the release of a white paper, blog post, and explainer video.

Date and time:
Tuesday, February 28, 2023 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PDT

Location
Online event

This is the fourth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this blog, we explore Coastal Blue Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Coastal Blue Carbon Practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes. In his blog post, Kassim Juma examines the importance of mangrove restoration for carbon capture, the role of mangroves in local communities, and the work being done at the Mikoko Pamoja project in Gazi Bay, Kenya.

This is the fourth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this animated explainer video, we explore Coastal Blue Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Coastal Blue Carbon Practices capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This is the fourth installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this paper, we explore Coastal Blue Carbon Practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss Coastal Blue Carbon Practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes and then provide ways for readers to advocate for its safe and thoughtful implementation.

Release date: October 4, 2022.

This is the third installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this animated explainer video, we explore soil carbon practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss soil carbon practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This is the second installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this animated explainer video, we explore forest carbon practices through a climate restoration lens. We discuss forest carbon practices’ capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.

This panel explores Direct Air Capture (DAC) through a climate restoration lens. We discuss its ability to achieve scalable, financeable, permanent, and equitable outcomes and then provide ways for readers to advocate for its safe and thoughtful implementation.

The panel took place following the release of a white paper, blog post, and explainer video.

Panelists:

Moderator:

  • Erik Kobayashi-Solomon, Founder of IOI Strategic Consulting, CFO of Albo Climate, and Forbes Contributor

This is the first installment of the Foundation’s Solution Series, which examines a diverse portfolio of natural and technological approaches that can remove CO2 from our atmosphere and return us to safe, preindustrial levels of carbon. In this animated explainer video, we explore Direct Air Capture (DAC) through a climate restoration lens. We discuss DAC’s capacity to achieve scalable, financeable, durable, and equitable outcomes.