Food Security

One solution to global hunger could be at the bottom of the ocean

An employee clears seaweed from the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, July 8, 2010. French authorities have continued efforts to remove thousands of tonnes of the noxious green algae from these tourist beaches after reports that the seaweed is emitting toxic gasses. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TRAVEL SOCIETY) - PM1E6780ZJS01

Around 90% of the world’s fish stocks are already seriously depleted. Image: REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Pallavi Anand
Lecturer in Ocean Biogeochemistry, The Open University
Daniela Schmidt
Professor in Palaebiology, University of Bristol
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