Looking to Oceans to Capture Carbon Dioxide

James Lovelock, creator of the Gaia hypothesis, talks about his idea to spur the oceans to capture large amounts of CO2. Under the plan, large vertical tubes would bring nutrient-rich water from the ocean depths closer to the surface, feeding algal blooms that would absorb excess carbon dioxide.

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James Lovelock, geophysiologist and honorary visiting fellow at the University of Oxford

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