Sea Green is proud to be part of the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance’s new project; SCIFF! The Sea Change Impact Financing Facility aims to drive USD$1B into coastal and ocean ecosystems by 2030, and further use this investment as a springboard for continuous liquidity in the blue economy.
Sea Green was chosen as one of the featured startups for reThink’s ocean event: the Blue Food Innovation Summit. Two days completed with hundreds of attendees, enriching panel discussions and valuable networking opportunities, our head of Research & Development, COO and Interim CTO were delighted to represent Sea Green in such a dynamic environment.
The annual Seaweed Around The Clock, hosted by Biomarine, was a fantastic telethon with 24h of panel discussions on everything seaweed. From regions to product to solutions, content and experts varied with each session. A panel dedicated to innovation in the digital scene was equally featured, with Sea Green’s COO Fred Puckle Hobbs as moderator.
As part of the Fishsens’ Aquaculture Innovator series, freelance journalist Bonnie Waycott interviews Sea Green COO Fred Puckle Hobbs to build a deeper understanding of our team’s history and vision.
Sea Green is thrilled to be a part of Bright Tide’s Blue Economy Ocean Accelerator Programme, furthering our mission of building an end-to-end blue economy solution.
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
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
Minimising local plastic pollution, microplastics and debris through sourcing of alternative sustainable production materials
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
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
Reducing price volatility and stabilising income for primary producers to foster strong markets
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