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On September 24, 2021, Li Mingtan, General Manager of Shidai Marine, was specially invited by the presidium to attend the PICES-ICES ONCE (OCEAN NEGATIVE CARBON EMISSION) Official Seminar. Jiao Nianzhi, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Carol, Academician of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Curtis, Academician of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Canada, Douglas, Academician of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Canada, and Louis, Academician of the European Academy of Sciences, etc. attended in the video seminar.
During the seminar, experts and scholars shared and exchanged their achievements and practical experiences in ocean negative carbon emission, blue carbon sinks and carbon neutral strategy needs around the world through on-site lectures and special seminar, and deeply discussed the new space, path and model of marine carbon sink development, and jointly promoted the high-quality development of ocean negative carbon emission.
General Manager Li Mingtan showed the new idea of Shidai Marine on marine science and technology to help the development of blue carbon sink to the academicians from different countries participating in this exhibition.
Weihai Shidai Marine Biotechnology Co., Ltd. is located in Haoyunjiao Tourist Resort, Rongcheng City, Shandong Province, with an independent kelp resource industrial base of 15,000 mu.
Large-scale cultivation of kelp has great potential for reducing CO2 in the air and slowing down global warming. Li Mingtan introduced the significance of kelp culture for marine carbon sink. Kelp culture improves primary productivity and contributes to the global carbon, oxygen and nutrient cycle, so as to prevent eutrophication and reduce greenhouse gases.
Under the goal of carbon peak and carbon neutralization in “the 14th five year plan”, Shidai Marine has formed an industrialized blue carbon, and developed the marine carbon sink into a sustainable development model, committed to becoming a leading enterprise in the field of carbon neutralization in the marine industry.