[December 2nd, Namibia Pavilion, COP28 Dubai, UAE] Kelp Blue aims to launch a blue bond program towards the end of 2024, with the goal of raising US$20 million annually for four years. This funding will be utilized for the planting of up to 1,000 hectares of kelp forests offshore Luderitz, Namibia. The bonds will be […]
Watching a garden grow! Regina is the first farmer to test our biostimulants on her garlic crop. In Namibia the conditions are quite dry, so anything that helps crops increase their resilience to drought is welcomed. Stimplus+, Kelp Blue’s first product produced from kelp, does just that. Early field trials on potatoes and wheat have returned […]
They say that soil is the “skin of the earth”. If so, our planet’s “skin” is in trouble. Biostimulants can help.
We could not have thought of a better way for us to help achieve our mission of increasing marine biodiversity than by involving the Luderitz youth and unleashing their imagination, creativity and ingenuity. At Kelp Blue we believe that encouraging and nurturing concept development from a tender age is a vital step towards a brighter […]
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 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 […]