Pacific Ocean Culture, which specialises in giant freshwater prawns and tilapia farming, is already the biggest aquaculture player in the South Pacific and now aims to triple production to support Fijian government goals.
GreenWave’s pilot seaweed subsidies programme can “prime the pump” for meaningful volumes of kelp to be grown in the US, according to Bren Smith, helping to provide livelihoods and ecosystem services in equal measure.
The ocean has enormous – and largely untapped – potential to cycle and sequester excess atmospheric carbon through processes like seaweed cultivation. So how can stakeholders tap into this potential to scale CO₂ removal efforts and deliver climate wins?
With over 150 oil rigs being decommissioned in the Gulf of Mexico each year, Ivan Puckett and Kent Satterlee, two of the three founders of Blue Silo Aquaculture LLC, explain why they aim to convert as many rigs as possible for alternative uses, including offsh…