Original link is HERE
This is the last of four National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine workshops designed to explore the most important scientific and technical questions, as well as questions surrounding governance, needed to assess the benefits, risks, and potential scale for the responsible ocean-based carbon dioxide removal and sequestration approaches. This series of workshops is an activity in support of the NASEM Committee on A Research Strategy for Ocean-based Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) and Sequestration. Committee members will use this platform as one mechanism to gather information and converse with a diverse set of experts in the field, for the purpose of progressing the consensus study process.
During this workshop, we will examine opportunities and challenges associated with two ocean-based CDR approaches: Nutrient Fertilization & Artificial Upwelling and Downwelling. Discussions will be focused on understanding the knowledge base, efficacy, scale, and viability to each approach.
Russell spoke in the “Overarching Challenges and Opportunities” session of the meeting – the agenda is HERE
Video Link – choose the 6th of 7 videos labelled ‘Overarching Challenges and Opportunities’ from the selector in the upper left corner