Carbon Sequestration in Water

What is carbon sequestration in water?

Carbon sequestration in water requires water and aquatic plants. Aquatic plants, unlike their land-based relatives, do not require structural strength so grow much faster. Also, when aquatic plants are broken in storms, the organic material is carried out to sea, and sinks, thus locking the carbon away securely.

The beauty of this, is that carbon sequestration in water is a rapid, cost-effective process, with other benefits and revenue streams.  For example, seaweed can be eaten and used in land-based agriculture.