Alia Armistead is Coordinator for Melbourne's Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, a small, independent think tank that undertakes climate change research and advocacy, with the goal of restoring a safe climate. She is also a Research Assistant at RMIT, looking at biochar technology to develop new circular economies in connecting urban and agricultural wastes and emissions. Alia will be attending COP24 in Poland as a delegate for Global Voice
By Alia Armistead, Climate Code Red
Blue carbon is increasingly being championed by organisations and governments as a tool for climate change mitigation and adaptation, as well as addressing multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). What is blue carbon, how much potential does it actually have, and how could we use it?