Update: Watch the Virtual CCST Expert Briefing on Blue Carbon Sequestration

November 24, 2020 | ,   | Contact: Teresa Feo, PhD

Update 12/10:
The briefing is now available to watch. Download the CCST One Pager.

Held in partnership with the California Ocean Science Trust and the Office of Assemblymember Mark Stone, this briefing discusses the role of blue carbon sequestration in coastal habitats in meeting the State’s carbon neutrality goals.

Blue Carbon Sequestration Along California’s Coast
Held Wed. Dec. 9th
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm (PST)

 

Featuring:
Research Ecologist
USGS Water Resources Mission Area

 

Founder and Principal
LandSea Science

 

Lisa Schile-Beers, PhD
Senior Associate, Coastal Ecologist and GIS Analyst
Silvestrum Climate Associates

 

Postdoctoral Researcher
San Diego State University

 

Download the flyer:
Flyer for Blue Carbon briefing

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