Kelp forests capture nearly 5 million tonnes of CO2 annually

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A kelp forest near the Channel Islands in California

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Kelp forests provide an estimated value of $500 billion to the world and capture 4.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from seawater each year. Most of kelp’s economic benefits come from creating habitat for fish…

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