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Seaweed: A ‘super crop’ fighting climate change?

Seaweed grown at a large scale could help reduce up to 2.6 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year and is super low maintenance. They also help to reduce ocean acidification that is caused by increased CO2 in the atmosphere and decreases the pH of the ocean.

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