Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal (mCDR)

About the Activity

The ocean is essential for achieving sustainability. Ocean ecosystem services are being heavily used. Ocean industries need to be made sustainable. The ocean has large potential for climate solutions.

Goals of the Activity

  • Bring together the emerging community around mCDR technology, and the adjacent community around Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
  • Identify technology challenges related to mCDR and MRV for mCDR
  • Connect IEEE, engineering, industry, science, and public policy stakeholders to communicate and address the technology challenges and opportunities identified.
  • Identify potential standards.
  • Identify needs for future community discussions and meetings.
  • Position IEEE as the way for each of the stakeholders to connect with other mCDR stakeholders.
  • Identify related public policy challenges.

Getting Involved

Who Should Get Involved

  • IEEE OES Ocean Decade Initiative
  • Startup mCDR companies
  • Oceanographic instrumentation manufacturers
  • National science bodies
  • NGOs and related non-profits

How to Get Involved

To learn more about the activity and how to join, please express your interest by reaching out to the IC Activity Chair listed in the “Contacts” section.

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