WHOI's weekly "Ocean Encounters" recently featured the future of kelp farming in food systems, animal feeds, fuels, and other innovations for a changing climate. Hosted by Veronique LaCapra, the "Seaweed Solutions" panel included an aquaculture scientist, kelp farmer, and TNC policy advocate.
You can watch the recording of "Seaweed Solutions" here.
- Scott Lindell, Aquaculture Research Specialist
- Robert Jones, Global Aquaculture Lead, The Nature Conservancy
- Briana Warner, CEO Atlantic Sea Farms
When someone on the expedition in Chile serendipitously noticed red snow at the base of some penitentes, they wondered if it could be watermelon snow, an algae found in other frigid environments. And because penitentes are also found in the Himalayas, Pamirs and Hindu Kush — as well as on Pluto and Europa — a closer look could point the way toward discovering other worlds too. (article here)