A new way to help the seas sponge life: a purple sponge

A new sponge, which looks like a green, pink, or red one, could be an effective weapon in the fight against climate change.

It could be a new way of reducing CO2 emissions.

And it could be used in a way that is not harmful to humans or other animals, researchers from the University of Texas and Purdue University in Indiana have reported in the journal Science Advances.

These findings, and others, could have implications for the future of CO2 sequestration and global CO2 mitigation, which has been a big challenge in tackling climate change, said the paper’s senior author, David W. Stemple, an associate professor of biological engineering and chemistry at Texas Tech University.