Engage with, and learn more, from these Seaweed entrepreneurs
The science is clear. Researchers at the University of California, Davis, published the results of their research last year. Small amounts of seaweed in cattle feed can reduce methane emissions from beef cattle by as much as 82 percent. Across the Tasman, CSIRO conducted comparative research on dairy cows which produced almost identical outcomes.
Closer to home, the University of Waikato and Scion have both conducted ground-breaking research into the properties of seaweed and its potential positive impact on animal health.
In October, leading seaweed entrepreneurs are traveling to Auckland to share their stories. For farmers, policy-makers & regulators, the implications of their discoveries are significant. For indigenous coastal communities that can benefit from a thriving seaweed industry, the opportunities are real. As the world seeks to reduce livestock methane emissions to address climate change, we are excited to introduce some of the key players making it happen.
For more details, check out the speaker list at Summit Info | Oceania Agritech (2035.ag)