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DMF/LNP Blue Carbon Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Georgie Sowman
01:00:11
sorry to have to leave now for work , fascinating webinar , I look forward to watching the rest on recording Dr Georgie Sowman
Carolyn Graves
01:14:17
Sorry to also need to leave for another meeting. Thanks for bringing together a really interesting webinar, and for making the recording available so I can have the opportunity to catch up on the discussion and share with colleagues. Carolyn Graves (Cefas)
Richard Unsworth
01:17:04
Thanks all for listening to my talk, unfortunately i have to jump off to give a teaching lecture. Thanks John and Fiona for your talks, really interesting. If anyone has any questions for me please email me richard@projectseagrass.org
Richard Unsworth
01:17:21
thanks Fiona!
AnnaLuff
01:21:30
Sorry I'm going to have to leave for a meeting, fantastic talks - thank you! Anna
Sarah Young
01:22:07
Question: What are your top habitats for sequestration versus storage? With the focus on climate mitigation at the moment, it would be interesting to know your priority policy actions in relation to sequestration - thanks
helen.mann
01:25:36
I assume that the Crown Estate is involved as a key stakeholder? Are they also involved as a company who could/should be offseting C in relation to their commercial activities?
Nigel Mortimer
01:26:19
In South Devon we are trying to remove our invasive Pacific oysters but a common question is if they might be helping to store some detritus carbon within pseudofaecal matter? May be better to restore native oyster beds?
Jo Salter
01:26:31
I’m really interested in the difference between ‘informing publics’ and ‘involving publics’ in these projects and the different priorities given to this part of restoration projects. For example John saying that his project has foundations which have taken years of close working with whole communities and many challenging moments. We have to act quickly to respond to the climate and ecological emergency and also in a democratic, creative way which involves people - there is a tension here - does anyone want to respond to this (“Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember; involve me and I will understand.”) - Anne-Marie - Tidelines
Sarah Young
01:27:34
Thank you!
Peter.Chamberlain
01:27:35
Is any research being done on the economic / financial aspects of blue carbon restoration in order to build up a business case for investment.
shelley castle
01:27:48
That also links Jo Salter to comments about how damage can be unwittingly done via public
gbloomfield
01:29:07
Does anyone know whether there's any work underway seeking to validate blue carbon being sequestered in new coastal habitats for use as carbon credits?
David Holmes
01:29:30
Is there any information of what proportion of total carbon storage does the marine environment account for?
Nigel Mortimer
01:32:18
There is an ongoing national project looking at the level of Carbon within the country's saltmarshes … C-something ?
Wildlife Trusts Public Affairs/Living Seas Team
01:32:22
Great talks everyone, really interesting. Thank you.
Robert Irving
01:33:18
Thanks for interesting talks and subsequent discussion points. Apologies for not staying until the end!
Christine Singfield
01:33:48
I think that project is called C-SIDE
Nigel Mortimer
01:35:24
Thanks Chris - https://www.c-side.org/
gbloomfield
01:36:01
Thanks
Stuart Watts
01:37:32
Why is seagrass so much more important than all thither seaweeds around the UK’s coast
Jo Salter
01:44:22
Thanks everyone, thanks Steve for hosting
Nigel Mortimer
01:44:40
Thank you!
helen.mann
01:44:42
Time well spent!
Kate Whitton - Marine Conservation Society
01:44:53
Thank you!
gbloomfield
01:45:17
Thanks for setting up Steve and for presentations!