There is an advert on the telly at the moment where a company is claiming to be investing in Sea Grass to minimise it's emissions.
I know emissions are not all about C02 and I know C02 is used as the datum point to pollution but if Sea Grass absorbs C02
and if the grass is at the bottom of the sea does it mean that the sea has to be saturated with C02 for it to be absorbed by the Sea Grass?
Typically what is the maximum depth that you would find Sea Grass at? I thought it was a relatively shallows growing plant to maximise
the suns energy?
Anyway is said advert with the Doe-eyed seal just another gimmick to make us feel that the company is bothered?