Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Captures and grows seaweed for carbon-negative bio-products.

Seafields capture and grow seaweed for use as bioplastics, fertilizer, and biofuel. Any seaweed not sold to industry is shredded, baled, and sunk to the ocean floor, where the carbon it contains can remain sequestered for hundreds of years. At scale, this could remove around a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere annually.
Country: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Status: In Development
Type: Algae Sequestration