Algae Carbon Capture Tracking Methodology

Track Carbon with a Single Photo

Algae are known for being heavy carbon dioxide absorbers. In fact, Algae are said to absorb 50% more carbon dioxide than trees do on an annual basis and ocean algae produce double the amount of oxygen that trees do. Additionally, algae can be consumed via a number of use cases that maintain permanence of the captured carbon. The number of solutions run the gamut of food and fertilizer to health and beauty (soaps, shampoos, and body washes). Algae, in large enough biomass concentration…

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Nick Sokol, PhD

Nick Sokol, PhD

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