Can we use seaweed farming to capture CO2?
Environment CO2 Carbon

Can we use seaweed farming to capture CO2?

Dr Shawna Foo
Dr Shawna Foo

In 10 seconds? Just like trees, seaweed uses photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into more seaweed. Using huge amounts of CO2 in the process, seaweed grows extremely fast and is a potential candidate for carbon sequestration.

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