Fertilizing the Oceans to Save the Planet [S-17-25]

Presenter: Brad Baldwin
Location: SLU: Johnson 112
Classes: 1 Session 1.0 hours
Dates: Thu 10:00 AM 03/30
Status: Course Closed

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Our warming planet needs an insurance policy! The worldwide experiment we call global warming needs a counter-experiment that could slow warming while helping to feed our growing population. We consider land fertilization to be a normal, necessary activity. Fertilizing parts of the oceans could absorb more greenhouse gas and make more seafood, so why don’t we do it?

Brad Baldwin has been a marine biologist for nearly 40 years and he is increasingly concerned about planetary health and feeding our global population.

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