Seaweed Zone
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Oceans 2050’s vision is to implement a step change in the scale up of seaweed aquaculture – creating the enabling conditions for millions of people around the globe to become ocean farmers. Doing so will set seaweed farming on track to sequester gigatons of carbon CO2, help to restore abundance to the ocean and create a new, socially just blue economy to help feed and power the world in a regenerative way

Seaweed
Seaweed 101: The Potential of Seaweed Aquaculture in the Blue Economy
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The Curious World of Seaweed
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Seaweed Chronicles
Rebuilding Marine Life
Key Considerations for the Use of Seaweed to Reduce Enteric Methane Emissions From Cattle
New Research to Explore Seaweed for Ocean, Economic Health
Seaweed 101: The Potential of Seaweed Aquaculture in the Blue Economy
The ocean farmers trying to save the world with seaweed
Steps toward a sustainable seaweed industry
Conserving the foundation of life in the ocean
Seaweed based feed could see methane emissions from cows reduced
A case for seaweed aquaculture inclusion in U.S. nutrient pollution management
Important contribution of macroalgae to oceanic carbon sequestration
Seagrasses and mangroves can suck carbon from the air
Environmental DNA identifies marine macrophyte contributions to Blue Carbon sediments
Australia marine hotspots found to store 2 billion tonnes of 'blue carbon'
Seaweed farms provide refugia from ocean acidification
WWF Seaweed Farm Investment
Blue Growth Potential to Mitigate Climate Change through Seaweed Offsetting
The Case for Seaweed
Seaweed aquaculture: cultivation technologies, challenges and its ecosystem services
Sequestration of macroalgal carbon: the elephant in the Blue Carbon room
Substantial role of macroalgae in marine carbon sequestration
Can Seaweed Farming Play a Role in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation?
Nutrient removal from Chinese coastal waters by large-scale seaweed aquaculture
The Global Status of Seaweed Production, Trade and Utilization (FAO)
Seaweed Aquaculture for Food Security, Income Generation and Environmental Health in Tropical Developing Countries
The Science of Seaweeds
Seaweed Revolution: A Manifesto for a Sustainable Future
Hidden champion of the ocean: Seaweed as a growth engine for a sustainable European future