You know how sushi is wrapped in seaweed? Turns out that stuff can actually help us reverse global warming.

In fact, if we put kelp in cow feed, it could remove up to 85% of methane gas from cow burps and farts; but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Kelp is the fastest growing plant on earth and can sequester 5X more carbon than any other land plant. In less than a year, a tiny kelp spore can grow to over
Look, tree planting is cool and all, but we don’t have 100 years to wait for them to be fully grown. Kelp beds grow to their full size in a single year, which allows for an annual renewable harvest.
Kelp is also independent AF; it doesn’t need fertilizer, fresh water,
land, pesticides, or herbicides. All these babies need are ocean
water and sunlight. Did we mention the magic of photosynthesis?

You see, because kelp is so low maintenance, it’s affordable and easily implemented at scale.

I’m sure you’ve heard of the idea  
“we can’t feed the world”
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It turns out that’s a myth.
Not only can we provide the world with a sustainable protein, but by growing and eating kelp, we can work towards reversing global warming while improving the health of our oceans and supporting the economies of developing nations.
When we talk about “excess carbon,” that’s not just a problem in the air but also the water. As carbon levels rise, so does the number of emissions absorbed by the ocean.

Think of ocean acidification as if you were putting lemon in your water. A little bit is great, but if you put 20 lemons in your glass, you’ll end up with heartburn.

That’s basically what’s happening in our oceans; it’s absorbing so much carbon that it’s  harming animals and
endangering our supply
of food and oxygen.
That’s why kelp is a badass climate solution; these supercharged growers absorb our excess carbon emissions from the sea and use it to form the building blocks of their tissues that we can then use for energy or eat.

Kelp is a way to reverse global warming and supply the world with nutrient-dense food.

The down side?