kelp

Over the previous four months, my colleagues have documented nature collapsing under the sea and on land in Australia from rising temperatures.
From hunter to farmer: A former fisherman is restoring our oceans and rearranging our seafood dinners in the process. After
GreenWave Executive Director Bren Smith explains how his 3D underwater farms can provide sustainable food, fight climate change and create jobs around the world.
The thick beds of kelp growing near Sisimiut, Greenland, inspired an enterprising teacher to launch a new business and revive
I discovered these about 5 years ago along with the raw community, searching for a pasta alternative with a bit more crunch and texture than spiralized squash.
A zero-input food like kelp has great potential to remain cost-competitive in any market, especially as growing scarcity of cropland and fresh water drive up the prices of conventional crops and feedstocks. As the price of freshwater rises, sea vegetables will become the most affordable food on the planet.
Rising levels of carbon dioxide are not only altering the global climate, but also changing ocean chemistry. A quarter of
I decided to try this out on a Monday night after my skin looked dull from a long day and a hard Zumba class. I expected
I love camping. I've even camped in the middle of the Amazon rainforest. This time around, however, I needed a more gentle camping experience -- my dog and I were doing it by ourselves.
I was at a beach last week and couldn't help but pick up washed-up seaweed. But I have to admit, this was something I had to muster a little courage to eat. I've never picked up seaweed, cleaned it, and eaten it before.
"It tastes better than it looks," said Olson, holding a shimmering frond of brown horsetail kelp he had just plucked from