PICS’ Climate Action Events Program offers up to $5,000 for events that advance climate action within BC.
Advanced computer modelling by the Solid Carbon team shows injecting CO2 under the Cascadia Basin has less than one per cent chance of causing fault slip.
Five research teams receive $180,000 each from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions’ Opportunity Project Program.
Survive and Thrive calls for urgent and innovative action on carbon removal.
Latest Solid Carbon research gives a timeline for turning atmospheric carbon dioxide into solid rock under the ocean floor.
Kelp beds off BC’s coast face climate-related challenges, but interventions may help the kelp endure, according to a recent final report from the Undersea Forests project.