BBC documentary features seaweed restoration and its “climate saving” potential
SeaForester’s founder Pål Bakken discusses the environmental benefits of seaweed in BBC documentary
Botanist James Wong and the BBC Follow the Food series joined our founder Pål Bakken to discuss the potential of seaweed to act as natural carbon sinks, featured as part of “The Carbon Challenge” episode. We invited James to our seaweed nursery in Peniche to explain how we produce our innovative restoration tool.
Twitter reel: Follow The Food - Seaweed forests
The Follow the Food episode “The Carbon Challenge" takes us on a journey from field to fork to explore whether technological innovation and modern agriculture can rise to the challenge of feeding a population of 10 billion people.
Watch the full episode here