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[BlueGreen Water Technologies in Canary Media]Can we fight climate change by sinking carbon into the sea?

Here’s an inconvenient truth: We’ve polluted the atmosphere with so many gigatons of greenhouse gases that just slashing emissions — which we still absolutely have to do — will no longer be enough to avert the worst impacts of climate change. We’ll need to also actively remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that by 2050, even assuming steep emission cuts in the next few decades (and emissions have been rising, not falling), we’ll need to take out something like 5 to 10 gigatons of CO2-equivalent each year. Read more...

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[BlueGreen Water Technologies in EIN Presswire] Social Carbon Foundation approves landmark method of carbon removal from harmful algal bloom remediation

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM , March 20, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Social Carbon Foundation, manager of international greenhouse gas (GHG) standard SOCIALCARBON®, announces the approval of the first-ever carbon offset methodology to scientifically quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emission removals from the elimination of harmful algal blooms. The Net Blue methodology, developed by BlueGreen Water Technologies (BlueGreen), eliminates harmful algal blooms and sequesters carbon dioxide (CO2) in fresh water bodies. Read more...

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[BlueGreen Water Technologies in EIN Presswire] Wake up call: Warmer winter is a bellwether for potentially explosive 2023 toxic algae season

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, February 10, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — Warmer winter temperatures have set the stage for a potentially explosive season of harmful algal blooms. NOAA’s three month outlook forecasts above average temperatures for the eastern and southern U.S. in February, March, and April, with more rain than snow in the Midwest over the same period. Read more...

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[BlueGreen Water Technologies in EIN Presswire] The new frontier in carbon capture: Unlocking the untapped potential of oceans to fight climate change

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, January 11, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — BlueGreen Water Technologies (BlueGreen) has removed an estimated 3.3 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere by treating toxic algal blooms in water bodies worldwide since it started commercialization efforts in 2018. Recently, the global water-tech company has pioneered a new methodology for measuring carbon removal via water, and is deploying its technologies across multiple continents to aid the fight against climate change concurrent to its global efforts to improve water quality and availability. Read more...

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