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Posidonia Meadow could disappear due to global warming

Coastal ecosystems such as Posidonia store Blue Carbon. Occupying less than 0.2% of the ocean floor, they account for 10% of the annual carbon burial in the ocean. Posidonia seagrass loss (34% in 50 years) releases the stored carbon, undermining its positive effect on the ecosystem.

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Coastal ecosystems provide a range of invaluable services that cannot be replicated by man-made alternatives. It is imperative to look into the preservation of these ecosystems and elevate the awareness of these natural services among the general public while working on carbon capture technologies.
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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Posidonia Meadow could disappear due to global warming

Coastal ecosystems such as Posidonia store Blue Carbon. Occupying less than 0.2% of the ocean floor, they account for 10% of the annual carbon burial in the ocean. Posidonia seagrass loss (34% in 50 years) releases the stored carbon, undermining its positive effect on the ecosystem.

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Coastal ecosystems provide a range of invaluable services that cannot be replicated by man-made alternatives. It is imperative to look into the preservation of these ecosystems and elevate the awareness of these natural services among the general public while working on carbon capture technologies.
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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Posidonia Meadow could disappear due to global warming

Coastal ecosystems such as Posidonia store Blue Carbon. Occupying less than 0.2% of the ocean floor, they account for 10% of the annual carbon burial in the ocean. Posidonia seagrass loss (34% in 50 years) releases the stored carbon, undermining its positive effect on the ecosystem.

BLUMORPHO comment :

Coastal ecosystems provide a range of invaluable services that cannot be replicated by man-made alternatives. It is imperative to look into the preservation of these ecosystems and elevate the awareness of these natural services among the general public while working on carbon capture technologies.
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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