The next oil boom will be in the ocean—and, yes, it’s sustainable

Most exciting clean energy news comes from wind and solar. But these renewables have their challenges: The sun doesn’t always shine etc. Carbon neutral biofuels—like ethanol from corn—don’t have these problems but they take up valuable agricultural land space that could be used for growing food. Enter: Kelp farming in the ocean. This is new potential way of producing an enormous amount of low-cost carbon-neutral energy.

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The next oil boom will be in the ocean—and, yes, it’s sustainable

Most exciting clean energy news comes from wind and solar. But these renewables have their challenges: The sun doesn’t always shine etc. Carbon neutral biofuels—like ethanol from corn—don’t have these problems but they take up valuable agricultural land space that could be used for growing food. Enter: Kelp farming in the ocean. This is new potential way of producing an enormous amount of low-cost carbon-neutral energy.

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