An Ethics Code for Ocean Carbon Experiments


By Eli Kintisch
ScienceNOW Daily News
10 October 2007

Scientists and entrepreneurs alike are abuzz over iron fertilization, a controversial technique that uses iron-seeded plankton to sequester atmospheric carbon for centuries deep underwater. Now, a San Francisco-based climate startup called Climos has proposed a code of conduct to address contentious aspects of how experiments are conducted.

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