This incredible underwater farm could be the future of food

‘There are no jobs on a dead planet.’ When fish stocks collapsed, Newfoundland fisherman Bren Smith created an underwater farm growing sustainable shellfish and protein-rich seaweeds. It is hoped ocean farming can boost global food production by 10%.

As land-based agriculture comes under threat from rising temperatures and extreme weather events, could the sea be the future of farming?

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