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Women show the way as India pushes 'eco-miracle' seaweed

Straits Times 28 Oct 2021
RAMESWARAM, INDIA (AFP) - Draped in a colourful saree and shirt, Ms Lakshmi Murgesan dives into the azure waters off India's southern coast to collect seaweed, which is being hailed by scientists as a miracle crop that absorbs more carbon dioxide than trees ... Seaweed cultivation is already common in Japan, China, Indonesia and the Philippines.
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Scottish seaweed-eating sheep offer hopes of greener farming

Straits Times 27 Oct 2021
DUNDEE (AFP) - On a tiny island in Scotland's far-flung Orkneys, thousands of sheep spend the winter munching on seaweed, a unique diet that scientists say offers hope for reducing planet-warming methane emissions ... in summer the sheep can nibble on grass, but by winter eating the plentiful seaweed is their only means of survival.
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Orkney's seaweed-eating sheep offer hopes of greener farming

Urdu Point 27 Oct 2021
North Ronaldsay (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 27th Oct, 2021 ) , RoyaumeUni, Oct 27 (AFP/APP).On a tiny island in Scotland's far-flung Orkneys, thousands of sheep spend the winter munching on seaweed, a unique diet that scientists say offers hope for reducing planet-warming methane emissions ... "I see seaweed playing a part in that."
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How Does Oozing Mass of Poison Seaweed From Japan, Arrive in NYC? Schumer?

Bitchute 25 Oct 2021
Go to the source via the article link to view the video ....
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Centre to promote seaweed culture

The Hindu 24 Oct 2021
Steps taken to identify places to set up units ....
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Firm that harvests wild seaweed in Fife to scale-up after �600k funding

The Courier 22 Oct 2021
A company which collects and sells wild harvested seaweed from the East�Neuk�of Fife has been backed by �600,000 funding ... .
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Ellembelle MP engages fishermen over seaweed invasion menace

Ghana Web 22 Oct 2021
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ellembelle Mr Emmanuel Armah Kofi has organised a stakeholder’s meeting with Fishermen from Ankobra and Adoabo in the wake of seaweeds invasion known as Sargassum along the West Coast of Ghana.
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Watch | Why is the demand for seaweed growing?

The Hindu 21 Oct 2021
A video on seaweed cultivation and the reason behind the increased demand for seaweed across the world ....
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Triboelectric generator mimics seaweed to extract electricity from waves

Eweekly 21 Oct 2021
The seaweed-like proof-of-concept generators were ~40 x 80mm, and attached at one end to somethign solid while currents in the water wafted the free end ... ‘Flexible seaweed-like triboelectric nanogenerator as a wave energy harvester powering marine Internet of things’, ...
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Plugging into ocean waves with a flexible, seaweed-like generator

Science Daily 20 Oct 2021
Now, researchers have developed flexible power generators that mimic the way seaweed ...
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Chief Fishermen in Nzema area cry over seaweeds invasion

Ghana News Agency 20 Oct 2021
He alleged that "before the exploration of oil and gas along the cape three points and Tano basin, there was no mass invasion of seaweed called Sargassum ... He lamented that fisherman could not experience a bumper catch as their fishing net caught only the Seaweeds ... seaweed invasion.
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Chief Fishermen in Nzema area call for help over seaweeds invasion

Joy Online 20 Oct 2021
Chief Fishermen at Axim in the Nzema-East Municipality have raised concern over the invasion of the brownish seaweed (Sargassum) hampering fishing expedition along the West Coast of Ghana ... He alleged that “before the exploration of oil and gas along the cape three points and Tano basin, there was no mass invasion of seaweed called Sargassum.
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BFAR establishes seaweed nursery in Zamboanga del Norte town

Sun Star 19 Oct 2021
THE Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has conducted a three-day activity that led to the establishment of a one-fourth hectare seaweed nursery in Sebaca village, Rizal, Zamboanga del Norte ... Physico-chemical parameters were also determined and found out that Sebaca village is suitable for the establishment of a seaweed nursery.
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Turning invasive sargassum seaweed to our advantage

Graphic 19 Oct 2021
On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, the Daily Graphic carried a story on its back page headlined “Seaweed floods western coastline - Communities call for help”, which portrayed the hopeless situation residents of fishing communities and beachfront hospitality operators in the Western Region found themselves in, due to the invasive seaweed, sargassum.
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