The ability to balance carbon emissions versus carbon sequestration is critical to keeping the earth’s temperature within acceptable levels for all life on earth to thrive. An increase of only 2 degrees celsius will be enough to significantly reduce krill populations – a critical part of the ecosystem upon which whales and other animals in the food chain depend.
Environmental, Social Governance (ESG) is important to keep account of carbon movements while governing activities and reporting. Environmental Social Value (ESV) is the transition of governance into value generation across markets by extrapolating revenue models which coincide with green initiatives and social good.
OceanBlocks stands to deliver strong results on yearly targets by adding to its current carbon sequestration and mitigation portfolio. By reprioritising risk, we can find value in the carbon market while formulating sustainable organisational strategies. We are also investing in developing our blue carbon ecosystems to serve social and economic progress while generating greener outcomes.
“We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. Don’t let yourself be lulled into inaction.”
“The strongest and only way for survival is not to show us by only numbers such as sales or operating profit, but to recognise performance, stock prices, and our dreams related to social values as one.”