DRIVING SYSTEMIC CHANGE
Over millennia, seaweed has evolved extraordinary protective and restorative mechanisms to survive against extreme conditions – from UV rays to constant wave action to temperature fluctuations. It’s little wonder that seaweed has become the world’s wonder plant.
Sustainable seaweed farming and seaweed based products provide a systemic solution to help turn the tide on climate change, ensure food security and create ‘blue’ jobs and alternative livelihoods for fishing communities.
LIFE CHANGING FOR PEOPLE
Seaweed is a nutrient-rich food source which will help ensure food security, especially given soil erosion and drought.
Seaweed bioactive extracts offer wellness benefits including gut and microbiome health, anti-inflammation and immune stimulation.
Seaweed farming and processing creates jobs along rural coastal communities and throughout the value chain.
RESTORATIVE FOR THE PLANET
Seaweed absorbs excess nitrogen and phosporous from surrounding water which helps reduce ocean acidification.
Seaweed farms protect seabeds, increase biodiversity and provide defence against coastal erosion.
Seaweed farms do not need cleared land – preventing deforestation.
No fertiliser or pesticide needed.
Seaweed does not need freshwater, unlike land
COMMITTED TO POSITIVE IMPACT
We will measure and report our impact against five of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
2. ZERO HUNGER
Globally, one in nine people are undernourished. This goal aims to end hunger.
5. GENDER EQUALITY
The aim is to achieve gender equality and provide equal opportunities within the industry.
8. ECONOMIC GROWTH
The aim is for sustainable economic growth and decent employment for all.
9. INDUSTRY AND INFRASTRUCTURE
This involves building resilient infrastructure and fostering innovation.
12. RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION
This goal aims to foster eco-friendly production, reduce waste and boost recycling.
14. LIFE UNDERWATER
The aim is to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources.