3D-Printed Reefs To Help Restore Marine Biodiversity in Denmark

Jul 18, 2022 11:10 AM ET
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Ørsted and WWF Denmark are installing 3D-printed reefs in the Kattegat Sea between Denmark and Sweden. The Kattegat is experiencing an alarmingly low cod population, which is threatening the health and resilience of the entire ecosystem.

Our hope is that the 3D-printed reefs will create the conditions for nature to thrive and contribute to a healthier, more resilient marine ecosystem with improved biodiversity.

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