NineSigma seeking greenhouse gas management experts

December 18, 2013
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

NineSigmaThe Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) is inviting proposals for the topic of Biological Greenhouse Gas Management. This topic is defined as the use of biological organisms (plants, animals, microbes) to avoid or reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs), or to enhance carbon sequestration. NineSigma is looking for organizations with the potential to respond to this request, or contacts to someone with expertise in this area.

More information is available in the Request for Proposal (RFP) document online at www.ninesights.com/docs/DOC-9017. The final submission date for Proposal Briefs is Friday, February 21, 2014. If after reviewing the full RFP document you would like more information, you may post questions or comments online at NineSights using the RFP link above, or contact Eloise C. Young, Ph.D.
 Senior Program Manager, by email and reference RFP# 70212 in the subject line.
 Proposals must be submitted directly to CCEMC at www.ccemcadmin.ca. Visit the NineSights page to learn more about the request and how to submit a proposal.

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