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Our Carbon Farmers

Magnus and Carl

ARBON EARTH, growing and sinking kelp plants into the deep oceans world wide

Ocean stored carbon
Photosynthesis
Atlantic Ocean
SDG’s
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Status: ONCRA Certified
Verification Number: ARB-O-001
TRL: 7
First issuance of Credits: 2023

Description

Kelp and bamboo are among the fastest-growing plants, offering significant carbon sequestration potential. Arbon Earth has innovatively combined these species by creating floating Oceanpods from bamboo and biodegradable ropes for macroalgae settlement. These kelp islands provide habitats for fish and sea life, forming a micro-ecosystem where Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) enhances biodiversity and yields.

Arbon Earth conducts fundamental research on ecosystem impact, focusing on biodiversity, deep sea, and logistics, to scale up this method with partners. The kelp, grown offshore in the Atlantic, eventually sinks to over 1000 meters, with some carbon buried in sediment for millennia, contributing to long-term sequestration.

About our carbon farmer

Arbon Earth aims to combat climate change by removing carbon from the atmosphere and securing it on the seabed. Founded by Magnus Willner and Carl Lindberg, Arbon Earth collaborates with ocean enthusiasts, scientists, and companies.

The company conducts research on the Oceanpod to expand knowledge about the sea, deep sea, and carbon sequestration potential. While uncertainties remain about the factors influencing the final outcome, Arbon Earth is dedicated to refining its methods. The plan is to iteratively scale up the process, improve production techniques, and secure third-party verification to ensure reliable carbon credit delivery.

Website

arbon.earth