ALGAE: POTENTIAL FOR CO2 REDUCTION AND REMOVAL Public
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Due to the harmful effects of climate change, carbon removal solutions need to be assessed for the health of the planet. This report assesses microalgae and macroalgae as carbon dioxide removal. To do this, the feasibility, scalability, co-benefits to the environment, potential consequences, and permanence of storage for microalgae and macroalgae were assessed. If microalgae and macroalgae are to be used within this space, the viability of the solution to be negative emissions or a reduction option heavily depends on the process of the individual product or system.
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