Sargassum is worsening the conditions of the poorest people in Ghana

This blog post is provided by Dr Victoria Dominguez Almela1 & Dr Philip-Neri Jayson-Quashigah2 and tells the story learned during the SARTRAC fieldtrip to the remote coastal areas of Sanzule, Beyin and Esiama, Ghana. Sargassum, a type of brown seaweed, has been invading coastal areas across the Atlantic since 2011 and has become a major…

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