KELP, A FOREST UNDER THE SEA

Brown gold

Format: 4K
Duration: 52’
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Available versions: French | English
Rights: All Rights | Worldwide
Directors: Matthieu Le Mau, FĂ©lix Urvois
Production: GUINDALA | AMPERSAND

Synopsis

Kelp is a type of seaweed that grows in shallow underwater forests.

These algae are as important as trees in capturing carbon dioxide, and they can also be used as a food source.

From France to Chile, this film investigates kelp's history and economic and scientific potential to build a new type of sustainable agriculture, maintain biodiversity or fight global warming.