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Executive Column: Sea6 Energy to substitute fossil fuel with greener seaweed biofuel

The Jakarta Post 30 Jan 2023
27 about a vision to use seaweed as an alternative form of biofuel to massively reduce reliance on ... Why has biofuel made from seaweed stagnated at the research stage?.
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Sea6 Energy to substitute fossil fuel with greener seaweed biofuel

The Jakarta Post 29 Jan 2023
27 about a vision to use seaweed as an alternative form of biofuel to massively reduce reliance on fossil fuel, and how soon it can be ready to enter ...
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BFAR rehabs Zamboanga del Norte seaweed nurseries

Sun Star 29 Jan 2023
THE Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has undertaken measures to rehabilitate two seaweed nurseries in Jose Dalman, Zamboanga del Norte. The seaweed nurseries in the villages of Madalag and Tamil, Jose Dalman, which were established in 2021, were destroyed late last year due to inclement weather conditions.
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Funding, research hamper Indonesia's seaweed potential for biofuel

The Jakarta Post 28 Jan 2023
Indonesia, the world’s largest seaweed exporter, is considering the commodity’s use in producing bio-crude to help reduce the country’s reliance on costly imported crude.
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Funding, research hamper Indonesia’s seaweed potential for biofuel

The Jakarta Post 27 Jan 2023
Indonesia, the world’s largest seaweed exporter, is considering the commodity’s use in producing bio-crude to help reduce the country’s reliance on costly imported crude.
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Farming more seaweed for food, feed and fuel (The University of Queensland)

Public Technologies 27 Jan 2023
A University of Queensland-led study has shown that expanding global seaweed farming could go a long way to addressing the planet's food security, biodiversity loss and climate change challenges ... Researchers mapped the potential of farming more of the 34 commercially important seaweed species using the Global Biosphere Management Model.
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Food, feed and fuel: global seaweed industry could reduce land needed for farming by 110m hectares, study finds

The Observer 27 Jan 2023
An area of ocean almost the size of Australia could support commercial seaweed farming around the world, providing food for humans, feed supplements for cattle, and alternative fuels, according to new research ... One supplement based on the seaweed reportedly went on commercial sale to farmers in Australia last year.
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Keel Labs’ seaweed yarn, backed by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing, can tackle fashion pollution

South China Morning Post 26 Jan 2023
US-based Keel Labs extracts polymer from seaweed to produce a yarn it hopes will replace environmentally damaging fibres used in garments and textiles ... .
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Food, feed and fuel: global seaweed industry could reduce land needed for farming by 110m ...

The Guardian 26 Jan 2023
Scientists identify parts of ocean suitable for seaweed cultivation and suggest it could constitute 10% of human diet to ...
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Low-value crop with high-value potential — why seaweed has scientists excited

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 26 Jan 2023
Seaweed's many uses already include food and fuel. Scientists are now investigating how the plant can address environmental and climate change challenges ... .
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Farming more seaweed to be food, feed and fuel

Science Daily 26 Jan 2023
A new study has shown that expanding global seaweed farming could go a long way to addressing the planet's food security, biodiversity loss and climate change challenges. <!-- more --> ... .
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Why seaweed farming could be the next big thing in sustainability

Popular Science 26 Jan 2023
Underwater split shot of the seaweed garden on the island of Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia ... Seaweed is way more than just a slimy plant that feels gross to swim through ... More seaweed farming is also a potentially major part of the solution for global food insecurity ... “Seaweed has ...
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Equilibrium/Sustainability — Farming seaweed could help bolster food security

The Hill 26 Jan 2023
Expanding seaweed farming operations could help address global food insecurity, biodiversity loss and the impacts of climate change, new research shows.&nbsp... The gains could be even greater, as many native species of seaweed have yet to be studied from a commercial production perspective, Spillias explained.  .
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Sustainability — Farming seaweed could help bolster food security

The Hill 26 Jan 2023
Expanding seaweed farming operations could help address global food insecurity, biodiversity loss and the impacts of climate change, new research shows.&nbsp... The gains could be even greater, as many native species of seaweed have yet to be studied from a commercial production perspective, Spillias explained.  .

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