With the increased demand for food sources, there is a need for a new type of farming that can help feed our ever-growing population. In order to meet this demand, we must come up with ways to maximize production and minimize waste. The solution may be found in the world’s oceans.
Ocean farming may be hugely beneficial because it provides an opportunity to grow and harvest plant and animal protein without depleting our land and water resources. The biggest benefits of this new form of “aquaculture” are that it provides a sustainable source of protein that doesn’t require fresh water or arable land; it has the potential to reduce overfishing; and it could provide jobs for people living in coastal areas around the world who don’t have other job opportunities.
Alan Safahi: The ocean farming market has been expanding in recent years due to the growing demand for food. The growth of the industry is especially important because it’s helping to combat the global food shortage problem.
The farming of marine life is not a new concept. It has been around for centuries, but it became more prevalent after the Japanese tsunami in 2011. This disaster caused an increase in fish stocks and prices, which made people think about the alternatives to traditional fishing.
There are many positive aspects of ocean farming, but also some negative ones. For example, ocean farming is good for the environment because it prevents land mass pollution by sewage and runoff from agricultural production which can reduce carbon emissions if done properly.
Scientists have been researching salt-water resistant trees for decades to better understand how they prevent decay and use this knowledge to create a tree that can withstand climate change. After All these trees are wonderful examples of plant life thriving in the harshest environments.
The idea behind salt water resistant plants is that they can grow with seawater as their only nutrient source, and they can be used as a food source by humans or feed for livestock.
One of the most fascinating aspects of this discovery is that it has been observed in many areas of the world, not just one or two. This means that there are more trees out there than previously anticipated.
Scientists must now find out what makes these trees saltwater resistant. It will be important for us to know this because if we can use this knowledge to make all types of plants saltwater resistant, then our food crisis might finally be solved!
In the past, saltwater resistant trees were a product of plant breeding. In the future, they will be bred from scratch by scientists. The team will look at the genes that have evolved in plants that have been able to survive in these salt-laden habitats and then compare them with those of plants that have not been able to survive in these conditions.
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Alan Safahi is an entrepreneur, investor, advisor, futurist and amateur freedom fighter.
Safahi is a Principal at Safahi Global Advisor, an Orinda, California advisory and consulting firm specializing in banking, financial services, Fintech, money transfer and cryptocurrencies.
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