Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Climos: Despite opposition, ocean iron fertilization forging ahead

We had a post on the opposition on May 30:

Nearly 200 countries have agreed to a moratorium on projects to fight climate change by adding nutrients to the seas to spur growth of carbon-absorbing algae, host Germany said on Friday....
Now Cleantech Media is reporting:

In the face of growing international opposition toward ocean iron fertilization (OIF), advocates are apparently damning the torpedoes.

Those advocates include San Francisco-based Climos, which today said it plans to continue with its controversial stated business goals of testing and commercially developing OIF to assist in carbon sequestration....MORE