May 10, 2023 - Your Scoop in CDR!
Antarctic ice melt may be reversible due to rising land beneath The melting of the West Antarctic ice sheet isn’t necessarily permanent, as bedrock cores show that some of its ice grew back after a more severe thaw thousands of years ago. The evidence suggests that Earth’s crust rebounding from under the diminishing ice, like a memory foam mattress, could slow glacial melt and sea level rise.
NPR Running Tide One startup in Maine has a vision that is drawing attention from scientists and venture capitalists alike: to bury massive amounts of seaweed at the bottom of the ocean, where it will lock away carbon for thousands of years.
The company is called Running Tide Technologies, and it's prototyping the concept this winter. On a recent day in the Gulf of Maine, boat captain Rob Odlin says the task itself isn't much different from any other in his seafaring career, whether chasing tuna or harvesting lobster.
Long Beach releases plan for largest offshore wind turbine facility at … The Port of Long Beach on Tuesday released plans for the offshore wind project — dubbed Pier Wind — to generate up to 20 megawatts of energy per turbine for the state, helping California move toward a zero-emission future.