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Why using the oceans to suck up CO2 might not be as easy as hoped

6 mins | Apr 7, 2022
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It may be time to consider other options. The oceans naturally pull down about a quarter of human-produced carbon dioxide emissions, and many scientists claim that they could be vital in removing carbon. But, new studies suggest that adding minerals or growing seaweed might be limited or costly ways of removing carbon dioxide. James Temples investigates.
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