Posted on: Sun 28 Jul 2019
No, it’s a not a new, prettier type of coal, but a way of describing marine ecosystems, such as mangroves, seagrass, and tidal plant systems, which as it turns out are very good at sequestering carbon. Barry Mitchell spoke to Dr Peter MacReadie, Associate Professor of Marine Science at Deakin University, about how marine and wetland ecosystems could help sequester carbon.
Produced by Barry Mitchell
Image source: GRID-Arendal, Peter Prokosch