Commercial fisherman, Bren Smith, invented a way to grow large amounts of food vertically under the surface of the ocean. Better yet, he's open sourced all the plans and offered them to people around the world to implement and improve upon.
The farms harvest mussels, scallops, oysters, clams, seaweed and salt. Smith points out that the setup soaks up nitrogen and 5 times the carbon dioxide of land-based plants, referring to it as a "climate mitigator." This process transforms the fisherman into a restorative farmer. The farms function as artificial reefs which reduce storm impacts on local communities.
His company is called GreenWave and is dedicated to repleting the ocean while maintaining food production. Here, Smith talks about the process and his visions for the future.
Half of the Great Barrier Reef is “dead or dying” and almost all of it is on the brink of extinction, scientists have warned in one of the bleakest assessments of the health of the world's biggest living ecosystem.
Climate change is leading the reef to undergo a “significant” event that threatens its existence, according to Australian ministers.
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