I’m asking questions after reading this.
Does the story above underplay the potential of kelp as a climate solution?
See also this:
“This study shows that shellfish and seaweed farming provide significant economic benefits far beyond the products that are sold,” said Robert Jones, Global Lead for Aquaculture at The Nature Conservancy. “Gaining reliable economic values of these ecosystem services enables consideration of these benefits into public policy decisions, including systems that allow farmers to be compensated for the ecological benefits that they provide.”
Seeing this too …very fond of otters:
Noticing this art
What happens to greenhouse gas produced from human waste (after the seaweed is eaten)? The food product is a highly plastic-packaged product, too.
(ANSWERS? to firstname.lastname@example.org please … or on social media)
NOTE ON WATER INVESTING
Morgan Stanley Research Dire Water Situation Snip