Climate Change Management: Russ George and Ocean Fertilization

Reports are coming through that US Geo-engineer Russ George  has dumped some 100 tonnes of iron  sulphate (FeSO4) into the ocean off the west  coast of Canada. This has resulted in the formation of a plankton bloom measuring approximately 10,000 square  kilometres of ocean water. It is anticipated that the plankton will  absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere  and then sink to the bottom of the ocean.  If this happens as predicted, then it should lead to a reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and represent a step forward in the  fight against climate change.

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