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Congratulations to our 2024 Grantees!

Congratulations to our 2024 Grantees!

After a highly competitive evaluation process undertaken by the GSC Scientific and Strategic Advisory Councils, the Global Seaweed Coalition Leadership Committee gathering our founding partners from UN Global Compact, CNRS and Lloyds Register Foundation made the final...

The Global Seaweed Coalition will be visiting Japan in April

The Global Seaweed Coalition will be visiting Japan in April

The Global Seaweed Coalition will be visiting Japan in April! Our local partners from UN Global Compact Japan are working on organizing a great seaweed conference at the Sasakawa Peace Foundation in Tokyo (April 26th, 2pm) in partnership with the French Embassy &...

Joint press release: 1st EU Algae Awareness Summit

Joint press release: 1st EU Algae Awareness Summit

The first EU Algae Awareness Summit will be held from 5 to 7 October 2023 at the Maison de l’Océan* in Paris. This unprecedented event in Europe, co-organized by the European Commission, the French Government and the Global Seaweed Coalition (UN Global Compact) with...

Global Seaweed Coalition Annual Meeting: 5 October 2023 in Paris

Global Seaweed Coalition Annual Meeting: 5 October 2023 in Paris

After a busy transition year, the Global Seaweed Coalition is proud to invite our growing community to our second Annual Meeting, to be held 5 October 2023 at the Maison de l'Océan in Paris. This Annual Meeting is an opportunity to look back together at our...

Safe Seaweed Coalition becomes the Global Seaweed Coalition

Safe Seaweed Coalition becomes the Global Seaweed Coalition

Seaweed stakeholders stepping up global collaboration to scale climate and nature solutions The Safe Seaweed Coalition is proud to announce it has become the Global Seaweed Coalition (GSC), hosted by its founding partner United Nations Global Compact. The potential...

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Britain’s Most Ambitious Seaweed Company

Buoyed by the success of their first seaweed farm, Atlantic Mariculture Limited not only has plans to dramatically increase its own growing capacity but also to catalyse the growth of UK’s entire seaweed sector - by developing transferable technologies and establishing a commercial research hub.

Source : The Fish Site

Combatting Early-Season Crop Stresses with Seaweed Extract-Based Biostimulants

In the critical early stages of crop development, abiotic stressors such as extreme weather, fluctuating temperatures, drought, or excessive moisture can stealthily undermine crop yields. These stressors can trigger a response in the plants called reactive oxidative species, commonly referred to as ROS, which if left unaddressed can severely impair plant cellular function and growth.

Source : AgWeb

Maine Scientists Are Testing Tree Pulp and Seaweed as PFAS Alternatives

ORONO, Maine — Tree pulp and seaweed — two readily available natural resources in Maine — could replace the harmful coatings of “forever chemicals” that had been used widely until recently in food wrappers if several projects underway in the state reach commercial production.

Source : Bangor Daily News

Two Norwegian Women Bring the Benefits of Seaweed to Culinary Heights in Europe

In the glacial waters of the Lofoten archipelago in Norway’s far north, Angelita Eriksen uses a knife to cut a handful of seaweed that will soon end up in a fancy European eatery. An abundant ingredient with a multitude of health benefits, seaweed is also currently enjoying the limelight in many high-profile restaurants.

Source : Prestige Online - Malaysia