Advancing Research and Development of Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal: Ocean Visions, Running Tide, and the Role of Start-Ups

With the recent announcement of the shutdown of Running Tide, a Maine-based company working to sequester excess carbon dioxide in the ocean, there has been a swirl of speculation, inaccurate statements, and sweeping conclusions about why Running Tide closed its doors, and what this portends for the field of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) and for marine-based forms of carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) specifically.

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