Stubbs Alderton & Markiles’ client, Equatic, was recently featured in a Los Angeles Times article “Could removing carbon from the ocean be a climate change solution?,” which highlights Equatic’s commitment to combating climate change. The Los Angeles-based startup uses the technology developed by Gaurav Sant, director of UCLA’s Institute for Carbon Management (ICM), and other UCLA scientists to reduce CO2 in the ocean and produce green hydrogen. The ocean covers nearly 70% of the planet and is a large holder of carbon dioxide emissions, making this technology vital in the grand scale of creating a green environment. Mr. Sant told the Los Angeles Times, “The ability to couple an engineering intervention with such an incredibly large natural system is one of the only ways we’re going to be able to tackle a problem this large, in terms of size and scale.”
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