“Inventive Intervention for the Climate” An Article from Climate Story Network

Another feature of Planetary’s work in Nova Scotia highlighted by Climate Story Network. This article has a nice overview of our Tufts Cove Project along with the dye tracer study performed by Dalhousie University. We loved this quote from Holly Jean Buck Holly Jean Buck, the author of books like After Geoengineering and Ending Fossil […]

“An Alkaline Solution” – Planetary and OAE highlighted in Science

  Planetary’s work in Nova Scotia has been highlighted in a Science magazine feature.   The feature takes our Tufts Cove project as a case study while describing the broader state of Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE) research internationally, noting rising interest in the field, significant environmental and economic potential, and ongoing work being done to […]

OAE Now Operational in Halifax

Planetary is thrilled to announce that our Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE) process is now operational in Halifax, where it is successfully removing tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere every day.   To our knowledge, this is the first carbon-negative OAE project operating anywhere in the world, and it is the next step of our […]

Community Advisory – Alkalinity Addition with Dye Tracer in the Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia – Week of October 2, 2023

      Alkalinity and dye addition to occur the week of October 2, 2023 (currently scheduled for October 3, weather permitting)       Overview Planetary Technologies and independent researchers from Dalhousie University’s Oceanography Department, together with other partners, are collaborating on investigating the efficacy of ocean alkalinity enhancement (OAE) as a method to […]

Community Advisory – Alkalinity Addition with Dye Tracer in Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia – Week of September 11, 2023

      To occur the week of September 11th, 2023 (Addition currently scheduled for September 12th) Overview Planetary Technologies and independent researchers from Dalhousie University’s Oceanography Department, together with other partners, are collaborating on investigating the efficacy of ocean alkalinity enhancement (OAE) as a method to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. Last month, Dalhousie […]