Founded in 2020, Sea Green is a Singapore based start-up seeking to solve the connectivity gaps in the blue economy. A small, highly-driven team of experts from diverse backgrounds, we strive to bring change on a global scale during this UN Decade of Action.
Basing our activities and ambitions on research carried out by our parent company Asia Affinity, we are a value-addition solution, leveraging digital technology to support coastal community development and sustainable growth of the seaweed industry.
By working collaboratively across sectors, but always maintaining a clear sense of duty to our partner communities, we hope to bring real change to the world, moving the dial on livelihood resilience, food security and climate change.
Through Sea Green’s platform technology, we will be able to provide data analytics to ensure we remain accountable for our SDG commitments, whilst also supporting the development of measurement frameworks and needs-based innovation for the benefit of the blue economy. This will further strengthen our promise to deliver poverty alleviation, livelihood resilience, coastal community protection, financial inclusion, carbon drawdown, climate adaptation and food security.
Breaking poverty cycle for farmers through increased earnings and diversified income
ACCESS TO FINANCE
Development and provision of needs-based financial products for empowering household resilience
Reducing price volatility and stabilising income for primary producers to foster strong markets
Redistribution of wealth to equitably represent value in productivity through transparency and fair trade
Local jobs created and stabilised through technology, data and systems management, community and restoration operations, and services
Diversifying revenue streams through integrated aquaculture systems and product innovation
Enhancing global connectivity and boosting digital capabilities for upstream actors
Providing online modules to improve financial literacy, sustainable practices and business productivity
Minimising local plastic pollution, microplastics and debris through sourcing of alternative sustainable production materials
Replacing fossil-fuel based products with carbon negative seaweed products to drastically reduce value chain (Scope 3) emissions
CARBON DIOXIDE REMOVAL
Bio-sequestration (export to deep sea or coastal sediments) of carbon dioxide during seaweed cultivation (cultured and wild))
CLIMATE RISK REDUCTION
Data-driven insights to minimise the impact of increasing climate risks (e.g. marine heatwaves and heavy rainfall events) through environmental monitoring, water quality management and subsequent financial protection mechanisms
Restoring abundance to local marine ecosystems through sustainable practices and coastal conservation projects
Local moderation of ocean acidification and deoxygenation through nutrient removal and enhanced ecological conditions