Seaweed Moles

Banking On The Seaweed Rush

Nicola Jones | Hakai | 14th March 2023

Will we all be eating seaweed soon? Global production has increased sixfold in the last three decades. The attractions are obvious: it's a nutrient-dense crop that can also soak up excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere while protecting oceanic habitats. But if we rush into intensive, large-scale seaweed farming, we risk repeating at sea our past agricultural mistakes on land (2,798 words)

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Lucy Scholes | Prospect | 25th January 2023

Bringing out of print books back into circulation requires a lot of unseen literary detective work. The hunters scan through old book reviews and obituaries, check out library books nobody has borrowed for decades, follow leads left by long-forgotten taste makers, scour every secondhand bookshop, and chase down vanished titles that appeared on long ago prize shortlists (2,381 words)

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