Marine ecosystems are unique natural storage and absorbent of CO2. It is scientifically estimated that they consume a quarter of anthropogenically-produced emissions of carbon dioxide. We call it “Blue carbon”.
scientists estimate that afootball
pitch-sized area of seabed planted
with seaweed called macroalgae
and store of
kg of CO2 per year. This is an average car emission per 1000 km of
are being arbitrary destroyed all around the globe by dredging ports
and marinas, deep sea cabling and drilling. Their
destruction combined with marine pollution caused the acidification
of the sea and
a terrible loss of biodiversity.
National Lifeboat Institution (BNLI), a new maritime charity, is launching a world-wide
campaign called “Blue Carbon” to monitor the condition of the
seabed, the level of blue carbon and alert the general public and
first target area is the East Mediterranean sea.
call upon public support to mobilize survey vessels,
scientists and equipment for the mission.
results of the mission will be make public.
your personal call to protect oceans and have your voice meaningfully
natural, the original system
our Planet is perfect. Do not touch it.
seabed must be stopped immediately.