Oceans of Potential: 

A Look at Marine Carbon Management Today
 
Join AltaSea on Friday, May 31st @ 11:30 a.m. Pacific
Today, there exists a global consensus among scientists, policymakers, and environmentalists that carbon dioxide removal is indispensable in combating climate change. The oceans are the largest pool of mobile carbon dioxide on the planet and represent an enormous opportunity to mitigate the effects of humans on the climate.  Multiple forms of marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) methods are under exploration and/or development currently, each with different mechanisms, opportunities, impacts and risks.

Join us for a timely conversation on Friday, May 31st, between researchers, practitioners and experts in the mCDR space and ocean carbon management space, where we will discuss the extraordinary potential of, and near-term roadmap for, ocean carbon management in California.

Moderator: 
Terry Tamminen, CEO of AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles

Panelists:
  1. Sophie Chu, Principal Oceanographer & Director of MRV - Captura
  2. Alicia Karspeck, Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer - [C]Worthy
  3. Brad Ack, Chief Executive Officer - Ocean Visions
  4. Maddelyn Harden, Researcher - USC Sergey Nuzhdin Lab 
Location
Via Zoom
May 31, 2024 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific
 Join us on May 31st! 
We look forward to having you!

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