It’s the last Friday in July, and time for some good news to take you into August with a smile. The post I’ve chosen to share this month is about a process called “carbonation” and how green sand, made of olivine, can help reduce the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in a process by which it is returned to the sea in another form to be stored in shells and coral structures. Many thanks to Carol Thompson for sharing this article with me.
Click here to read the story.
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