Meet the guy who wants to help save the planet with thousands of buoys, seaweed and giant antacids

Marty Odlin, the CEO of Running Tide, wants to absorb carbon dioxide from the air and sea with a network of kelp-growing buoys. (Evelio Contreras/CNN) Marty Odlin, the CEO of Running Tide, wants to absorb carbon dioxide from the air and sea with a network of kelp-growing buoys. (Evelio Contreras/CNN)

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How to avoid luggage headaches amid air travel chaos

Travellers might not have any control over long lines and cancelled flights, but there are ways to minimize luggage disasters. From tracking devices for your luggage to packing light, here are some tips and tricks for your next trip through the airport.

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