Guide to Ocean Alkalinization Research with significant involvement of CDRmare
Best Practices Guide to Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement Research published in State of the Planet and launched at United Nations Climate Change Conference
Scientists developed a “Best Practices Guide to Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement Research” to respond to increasing interest and activities of ocean alkalinity enhancement, a carbon dioxide removal technique. The guide is published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal State of the Planet and was launched at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai on 2 December 2023. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9II5YKsl4Js >> Please copy the link into your browser / start at 7 minutes).
The production of the guide was co-led by Professor Dr. Andreas Oschlies from GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel and Professor Dr. Jean-Pierre Gattuso from CNRS and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation’s OACIS Initiative.
The guide edited by Angela Stevenson (GEOMAR) was written with the participation of CDRmare scientists Andreas Oschlies, Miranda Böttcher, David Keller and Ulf Riebesell as well as the members of the CDRmare Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Carolin Löscher and Phil Renforth.