Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) uses the temperature difference between cooler deep water and warmer surface-level water to run a heat engine to produce useful work, usually in the form of electricity. Fresh water is a byproduct of this process.
Neil Sims and his colleagues at Kampachi Farms are refining methods for producing sustainable, scalable, and (most importantly) delicious fish. Sims believes that the best way to improve the environment… Read More »Fish Farms for Saving the Ocean with Neil Anthony Sims
Ricardo Radulovich – Professor of Water Science, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grantee, Sea-Farmer, and Senior Aquaculture Specialist for The Seasteading Institute – can now add “Radical Social Entrepreneur” to… Read More »Ricardo Radulovich: Radical Social Entrepreneur
When people ask us how seasteads will impact the environment, we often respond that those who call the ocean “home” will have the strongest desire to keep it healthy and… Read More »First Project OASIS case study published: KZO Sea Farms, pioneering ocean aquaculture policy
Patrick Takahashi on Blue Revolution at the Seasteading Conference 2012 from The Seasteading Institute on Vimeo.