Secrets of the Disruptors: Seawater Greenhouse's Charlie Paton

Madeleine Cuff
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Charlie Paton, founder and director, Seawater Greenhouse
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Charlie Paton, founder and director, Seawater Greenhouse

Seawater Greenhouse founder on why the simplest solutions are often the best

Charlie Paton is the founder and director of Seawater Greenhouse, which provides a low-cost solution to unsustainable farming practices by enabling year-round crop production in some of the world's hottest...

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