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Sunset Seaweed Harvest in Indonesia

Sunset Seaweed Harvest in Indonesia

Marine #Algae are a resource with huge potential as a nutrient source for cattle, chickens, and pigs.

Marine #Algae are a resource with huge potential as a nutrient source for cattle, chickens, and pigs.

A group of Japanese skin divers or “Amas” prepare for a day's work near the small fishing village of Onjuku in the Chiba prefecture of Japan, August 1959. Stripped to the waist, they will fill their tubs with the seaweed they harvest. (Photo by Keystone Features)

A group of Japanese skin divers or “Amas” prepare for a day's work near the small fishing village of Onjuku in the Chiba prefecture of Japan, August 1959. Stripped to the waist, they will fill their tubs with the seaweed they harvest. (Photo by Keystone Features)

Using seaweed to absorb nutrient pollution. Charles Yarish, professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, collects seaweed near an electric power plant along Long Island Sound in Bridgeport. Photo by Peter Morenus

Using seaweed to absorb nutrient pollution. Charles Yarish, professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, collects seaweed near an electric power plant along Long Island Sound in Bridgeport. Photo by Peter Morenus

Boyan Slat to Deploy ‘Longest Floating Structure in World History’ to Clean Ocean Plastic - - June 2, 2015

Boyan Slat to Deploy ‘Longest Floating Structure in World History’ to Clean Ocean Plastic - - June 2, 2015

Seaweed #aquaculture off the densely populated coast of #Akashi, Japan. seaweed stays close enough to the surface to get enough light during high tide but doesn’t scrape against the bottom during low tide. [...] Since 1970, farmed seaweed production has increased by approximately 8 percent per year. Today, about 90 percent of all the seaweed that humans consume globally is farmed. That may be good for the environment. In comparison to other types of food production, seaweed farming has a…

Seaweed #aquaculture off the densely populated coast of #Akashi, Japan. seaweed stays close enough to the surface to get enough light during high tide but doesn’t scrape against the bottom during low tide. [...] Since 1970, farmed seaweed production has increased by approximately 8 percent per year. Today, about 90 percent of all the seaweed that humans consume globally is farmed. That may be good for the environment. In comparison to other types of food production, seaweed farming has a…

The future of food  By 2050 there will be another 2.5 billion people on the planet. How to feed them? Science's answer: a diet of algae, insects and meat grown in a lab

The future of food By 2050 there will be another 2.5 billion people on the planet. How to feed them? Science's answer: a diet of algae, insects and meat grown in a lab

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