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The Climate Restorers
Ocean-based solutions

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The ocean's natural systems were able to draw down vast amounts of carbon through natural ecosystems. 

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These natural systems have now been decimated by humanity's over fishing and removal of these systems.

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Is it possible to copy nature and support the natural processes to return the climate to where it should be?

Around 71% of the earth’s surface is covered with water, and it is here that humanity has done some of the worst damage to our planet's ecosystems. However, the oceans are also the place where some of the most promising possibilities lay in addressing the damage.

Join us for the third film in The Climate Restorers series

Find out how the oceans can play a major role in restoring the climate

We explore the challenges and the possibilities

The ideas

Mimicking and accelerating the ways that nature removes CO2 is showing promise. We travel the world and explore the science, the people behind the science, the challenges and the opportunities of some of these projects.

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Climate Restoration

Ocean Iron Fertilization

Ocean Permacuture

Kelp
 

Sargassum

The Thwaites Glacier Barrier

Cloud Brightening

Refreezing

Climate Repair

Ecosystem Restoration

The People

We connect with some of the world’s top scientists, engineers and innovators, and share the latest research and development in the field of ocean based climate restoration, climate repair, and ecosystem restoration.

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FRANZISKA PAUSCH

Marine biologist, PHD candidate, Science communicator Seafields

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JIAJUN WU. Ph.D.

Helmholtz Young Investigator Group, SiDe-EFFECT, Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research

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Marine biologist, PHD candidate, Science communicator Sea Fields

JODIE TOFT :

Deputy Director: Puget Sound Restoration Fund, Seattle, USA

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JOSHEENA NAGEEA Ph.D.

André Hoffmann Fellow at the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions &

World Economic Forum

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JOHN ENGLANDER: 

Oceanographer, consultant and leading expert on sea level rise

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PETER FIEKOWSKY: 

Former NASA, MIT Physicist, author 'Climate Restoration'

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JON WETTACK: 

Director of operations, Carbon Wave, Cancun, Mexico

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JOHN AUCKLAND

Co-founder CEO Seafields, Olney, UK

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SEBASTIAN MANHART

Climate Advocate, Senior Policy Advisor @CarbonFuture, Veneto, Italy

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HUGO HINRICHSEN: 

Co-Founder, Positive Polar

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JEN BONILLA:

Co Founder, Positive Polar

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BRIAN VON HERZEN PH.D.

Executive Director The Climate Foundation, Australia

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PROF SIR DAVID KING: 

Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge University, Former UK Chief Science Advisor

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VICTOR SMETACEK: 

Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research Bremerhaven, Germany

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DR. SHAUN D. FITZGERALD, FREng OBE

Director, Centre for Climate Repair & -Director of Research for Cambridge Zero

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The Locations

Climate change is affecting all corners of the globe and our response has to be collaboration on a global scale.

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Cancun, Mexico

Bremerhaven, Germany

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Caen, France

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Cambridge University

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Southern Atlantic

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Seattle, USA

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Queensland, Australia

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Arctic Circle, Canada

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Cebu, Philippines

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The Full Interviews

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