They say that soil is the “skin of the earth”. If so, our planet’s “skin” is in trouble. Biostimulants can help.
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HEAR FROM NAMIBIA’S (FUTURE) BEST BIO-ACOUSTICIAN #BREAKTHEBIAS INTERVIEW WITH KELP BLUE’S UKARAPO MUNGUNDA
There’s more to marine life than meets the eye. And let Ukarapo be the one to tell you about it! Her ambition is to become the best bio-acoustician in Namibia, she’s well on her way. Click on the link above to hear the discussion between Dave Erasmus of New Agreements and Ukarapo and learn about […]
Co-founder Caroline Slootweg has been invited to join the “High Hopes for Seaweed” panel during the 9th Annual World Ocean Summit organised by the Economist Impact Group. She will be joined by Bill Collins, Chairman of Cascadia Seaweed and Dodon Yamin, Managing Director of MARI Oceans Indonesia. The session will be moderated by Martin Koehring, […]
Meet Ferdi Knoester – Kelp Blue’s Marine Engineer When did you get your love for the ocean? I grew up living by the North Sea and it always intrigued me. I love everything to do with water, swimming, kite surfing, sailing, boating, snorkelling, diving – in Dutch they call me a ‘waterrat’. I always felt […]
Meet Valentin Pitiot – Market Development Manager at Kelp Blue (and the World Bank Seaweed Global Demand research paper) Today we spoke with Valentin, one of our amazing team mates at Kelp Blue, to find out what drove him to a career in seaweed and to learn about the World Bank study he completed on […]
We’ve been asked to speak at the United Nations Global Compact for sustainable ocean business and could not be more honoured and humbled to do so.
Together with other seaweed entrepreneurs and innovators, we’ll be sharing how we’re driving forward the Seaweed Manifesto. We’ll be joined by top decision makers in the UN as well as other international organisations to discuss our learnings and challenges we’ve faced so far.
Are you the one who will help us keep an eye on all of our financial matters? We’re looking for someone to be responsible for the management of all things financial.
One of the more noteworthy benefits we haven’t yet touched upon is its impact on local communities.