THE SEAGREEN PROJECT
Through the SeaGreen project,
we work together
to conserve the diversity + abundance of marine life.
We address a myriad of concerns
for coastal communities
by harvesting the sargassum at sea before it reaches shores.
ecosystem such as seagrass meadows, mangrove forests, corals and marshes
Grogenics has entered into 2 partnerships
for the collection of the massive sargassum stranding at sea.
small or large capacity harvesting
low or high investment
To date, we have been matching the real life conditions
of sporadic arrivals of the sargassum.
Large Scale Production
In 2018, Grogenics and AlgeaNova
entered into a partnership for the processing of sargassum on a large scale to produce an organic fertilizer compost, using Grogenic's technology
Regenerative Development to Reverse Climate Change
Our organic fertilizer compost restores living soils by putting massive amount of carbon back into soil and plants. By implementing regenerative practices, the end goal is to capture several metric tons of carbon dioxide that will generate extra income through carbon offsets.
The SeaGreen project
wants to create a healthy and livable community and promote wellbeing where its population can evolve positively together.
The SeaGreen project
strives to advance gender and economic equality
through the empowerment of girls
and women by developing community involvement.
A HEALTHY + LIVABLE COMMUNITY
By growing an abundance of organic food, local economies will positively be striving. It will lift them out of hunger and poverty, and the extra earnings will ensure that they thrive for generation to come.
The SeaGreen project makes it possible to use available resources to their best advantage.
The idea is to promote the use of those resources in a way that is both efficient and responsible,
and likely to provide long-term benefits and to make a profit.
Profits are made across the board.
Selling the bio organic fertilizer compost to surrounding private gardens, farms, hotels & resorts, etc.
Export the compost to neighbouring islands
Companies in the hospitality industry are paying to keep their beaches clean
Through carbon insetting, they can achieve the Green Key Eco-Rating Certification and reduce their carbon footprint
When local food production is increased, women + small farmers can sell their surplus produce
Our model generates certified carbon credit by using sargassum-based agricultural products
We work under the UN program for land use, land-use change & forestry (LULUCF)