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Climate action requires new accounting guidance and governance frameworks to manage carbon in shelf seas
Luisetti, T.; Ferrini, S.; Grilli, G.; Jickells, T.D.; Kennedy, H.; Kröger, S.; Lorenzoni, I.; Milligan, B.; van der Molen, J.; Parker, R.; Pryce, T.; Turner, R.K.; Tyllianakis, E. (2020). Climate action requires new accounting guidance and governance frameworks to manage carbon in shelf seas. Nature Comm. 11: 4599. https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-18242-w
In: Nature Communications. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 2041-1723; e-ISSN 2041-1723, meer
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  • Luisetti, T.
  • Ferrini, S.
  • Grilli, G.
  • Jickells, T.D.
  • Kennedy, H.
  • Kröger, S.
  • Lorenzoni, I.
  • Milligan, B.
  • van der Molen, J., meer
  • Parker, R.
  • Pryce, T.
  • Turner, R.K.
  • Tyllianakis, E.

Abstract
    Accounting guidelines exist for the recording of carbon flows in terrestrial and coastal ecosystems. Shelf sea sediments, while considered an important carbon store, have yet to receive comparable scrutiny. Here, we explore whether effective management of carbon stocks accumulating in shelf seas could contribute towards a nation’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets. We review the complexities of carbon transport and fate in shelf seas, and the geopolitical challenges of carbon accounting in climate governance because of the transboundary nature of carbon flows in the marine environment. New international accounting guidance and governance frameworks are needed to prompt climate action.

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