Help start the University of the South Pacific and PODenergy project with Pacific Islanders explained in this video:
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The Ocean Foresters include businesses who hope to create jobs with economically and environmentally self-sustaining seaweed forests that completely replace fossil fuels. Toward this end, PODenergy, Inc., exists as a for-profit California corporation. PODenergy is funding this website.
Shallow sheltered-water seaweed forests – Ocean Forester, Dr. Antoine N’Yeurt of the University of the South Pacific, PODenergy, and equipment companies have planned a demonstration in Fiji. The same planning can be applied to other South Pacific islands, many of which are members of the University of the South Pacific: Cook Islands, Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, etc. Many island nations have signed the Majuro Declaration for Climate Leadership and need capital to grow ocean forests meet their carbon emission reduction targets by replacing imported diesel fuel with ocean forest biomethane.
Open ocean managed seaweed forests – These forests would be similar to the Sargasso Sea, but established in what are currently nutrient deserts. The Ocean Foresters anticipate a couple decades of research and improving pilot operations. There are many processes and details to work out. Each area of ocean will have its unique mix of seaweed species, storms, temperature profiles, depth, etc. But the outcome could be saving Earth’s climate and gifting future generations with healthy oceans producing a large share the world’s energy supply.
The ultimate objective is to have Ocean Afforestation zones across the world supplying sufficient clean-burning biomethane to replace all fossil fuels, safely sequester carbon dioxide, and stop dangerous climate change.
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(If your software is enlightened, the above statement is "Ocean Afforestation can save Bangladesh." If not enlightened, it appears to be a row of numbers. We would like to add the statement in more languages for more countries.)