OceanForesters’ Services Help Communities Develop
Profitable Exports and Local Food via Restorative Aquaculture
Floating reefs, like natural ones, produce abundant shellfish and finfish, put local fishers and seafood processors back to work, remediate ocean pollution, and increase ocean biodiversity through natural nutrient recycling. The system uses the natural recycling of nutrients in which shellfish eat plankton and other organic nutrients while their wastes are food for the seaweed, which in turn provides food and habitat for finfish, which are naturally attracted to the reef. Benefits include: increasing food supplies, cleaning up dead zones, reducing ocean acidification, and eventually producing enough biofuels to replace all fossil fuels, while capturing sufficient CO2 to reverse climate change.
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