It may be possible to sequester carbon dioxide in subseafloor ocean basalt at a scale that would bring down global atmospheric concentrations of this predominant GHG that is driving climate change.
Find out about two exciting opportunities to join the team behind a pioneering negative emissions technology.
A team of international researchers plan to turn the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into rock by permanently injecting it beneath the Earth’s ocean floor through an ambitious, new research partnership announced today by the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) at the University of Victoria.
The future of geosciences in Canada is expanding beyond its traditional petroleum focus to include the topics of hydrogeology, geothermal, and carbon capture and sequestration. Watch the video.