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Blue Planet 2: Green Seas (and Blue Carbon)

The capacity of coastal habitats to capture and store carbon is a huge research interest of mine, so when David Attenborough talked about it on Blue Planet 2 earlier this evening I couldn't have been more pleased! Tonight's episode was called 'Green Seas', and covered habitats and ecosystems often passed over by documentary makers in favour of more 'charismatic' ocean dwellers: seagrass meadows, kelp beds, mangrove forests and algal blooms. Continue reading →