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In Bali, locals are turning from tourism to seaweed farming | Ways to Change The World

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Bali, one of the biggest tourist hotspots in the world, welcomed over 6.3 million visitors last year, but had to close its borders to foreign arrivals in 2020 due to the pandemic. Whilst Bali's tourism sector is on hold, people like I Gede are turning this alternative means of work - seaweed farming.

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