November 7, 2012 -- Professor Edward Parson discussed a climate change experiment in Canada, where iron sulfate was dumped into the ocean with the goal of causing a bloom of plankton, which would then capture greenhouse gases. He discusses this experiment in an interview on NPR's "All Things Considered."
But it's not that simple, says Edward Parson, a specialist in climate change laws at the UCLA School of Law.
"There's no system in operation at present that would have granted carbon credits for this project," Parson says.
To listen to the interview, click here.