How scientists, ocean farmers, and policymakers are looking to kelp as a sustainable solution to some of the toughest issues facing our world today.
As our climate continues to change and food insecurity grows worldwide, scientists and others are looking to solve these problems without harming marine ecosystems.
Learn how seaweed aquaculture has the potential to play a major role in creating climate-friendly food systems for a growing population and to produce new types of carbon-neutral animal feeds, fuels, and other products for a more sustainable future.
- Scott Lindell, Aquaculture Research Specialist
- Robert Jones, Global Aquaculture Lead, The Nature Conservancy
- Briana Warner, CEO Atlantic Sea Farms
- Veronique LaCapra © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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