98. Emily Velasquez: Cows, Algae, Mozambique, and What Can I Do?
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Emily Velasquez is a student who currently lives in Mozambique. Though a newcomer to the country, she’s followed her curiosity to help answer some of the most pressing questions that this region- and the world- faces. From mangrove reforestation to using red algae in cattle feed to reduce methane emissions, Emily’s projects and goals are wide ranging with positive, long-lasting implications. Show Notes: marinebio.life/98 Support the showClick here for your copy of the "Scuba for Beginners" ebook Get your copy of my FREE guide "Be a Marine Biologist WITHOUT the degree" Join Patreon Join my email newsletter Check out the @marinebio.life Instagram
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