CDR Potential & Technology Readiness Level (by OceanVisions)

This schematic by OceanVisions helps us to visualize the landscape of technologies that attempt to utilize microalgae for carbon capture and sequestration, organized by technology readiness level (from 1-9, as used by NASA) and CD potential (from <0.1 Gt CO2/ year to >1 Gt CO2/year).

More at OceanVision's overview of State of technology

Sequestering carbon at gigatonne scale (by OpenAir collective and Dr. Raffael Jovine).  

Innovative process by Briliant Planet enables vast quantities of microalgae to grow in open-air pond-based systems on coastal desert land. This is achieved without using fresh water, by harnessing a natural process that contributes to the health of oceans and air:

Caspian CO2 Removal Project research objectives 

Based on the OceanVisions publication "A Roadmap for Advancing Microalgae-based Carbon Capture Research and Development," we have identified key research topics. 

Learn more about OceanVisions initiatives.