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Blue Carbon

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Last Updated: 24 April 2022

Possibilities are the response is no, but maybe you know greater than you recognize. Blue carbon is simply the term for carbon caught by the world's ocean and coastal ecosystems. You have probably heard that human activities send out something called co2, which includes atmospheric carbon. The carbon found in coastal dirt is commonly hundreds of years of ages! The bigger image of blue carbon is one of coastal environment conservation. Protecting and recovering coastal habitats is a great way to decrease climate change. When we safeguard the carbon in coastal systems, we protect healthy and balanced coastal environments that provide many other benefits to people, such as entertainment possibilities, tornado security, and baby room habitat for recreational and commercial fisheries. One technique of reducing climate change influences is to integrate seaside wetlands into the carbon market via the trading of carbon offsets.

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