This underwater farmer wants us to eat more seaweed
Wolfgang Hasselmann on Unsplash
It's [kelp and seaweed] also good for the environment: around half the photosynthesis on the planet occurs in seaweeds and algae in oceans, absorbing large amounts of carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. Harnessing seaweed's untapped potential could aid both food security and the fight against the climate crisis, says the United Nations, while providing a habitat that nurtures biodiversity.
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