Tiny plankton drive processes in the ocean that capture twice as much carbon as scientists thought

Who would have thought? Plants like CO2 and if there is more of it, they grow better binding more CO2 in the process. Guess what, greenhouse owners know this too and this is why they often buy CO2 to enrich the atmospheres of their greenhouses with it. Gives them better yields per acre. And phytoplankton is not different here. Thee we have it – a regulating mechanism that does not need us humans. Oh, did I say? CO2 does not drive climate anyhow so this is all upside for agriculture and nature in general.

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