A bull kelp forest in a strong current

Not a lot of new news in this for readers of Greenr but great to see these examples in the pages of National Geographic.

Seaweed is just one of the innovations of nature from which engineers are drawing inspiration as they seek to design energy systems that are cleaner and more efficient. In plants—the engines of photosynthesis—and in creatures as small as insects and as large as whales, advocates of “biomimicry” are looking for systems that can help humanity better meet the challenge of fueling civilization sustainably. Continued at http://news.nationalgeographic.com