Future of the Environment

Microalgae: 'Green gold' that could feed the world more sustainably

Our seas and oceans are filled with organisms that are vital to the Earth’s life cycles. Image: UNSPLASH/Mihály Köles

Carole Anne Llewellyn

Professor in Applied Aquatic Bioscience, Swansea University

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