Checking in on ocean-based climate solutions: Where we are and where we need to be
The potential of the ocean for accelerating decarbonisation merits prioritisation in the global climate-change discourse. The ocean presents substantial climate mitigation and carbon storage options to help limit global warming, while simultaneously introducing opportunities for economic gain.
A wide variety of stakeholders, including businesses, academics, policymakers, multilateral groups and non-governmental organisations, are working to further develop and define ocean- based climate solutions. This report captures key narratives around such solutions through four sector-specific categories: clean energy; transport; food systems; and carbon dioxide removal and storage.
Scorse, Jason; Conathan, Michael; Dedenhoeffer, Craig; Kindberg, Lee; Virmani, Jyotika; and Wong, Doreen, "Checking in on ocean-based climate solutions: Where we are and where we need to be" (2021). CBE in the News. 6.