Blue Economy Challenge

Australian Aid created the Blue Economy Challenge which attracted 240 applications. The winners were announced at the Oceans Conference in Washington DC. The Climate Foundation is one of nine winners in their Challenge 3: Sustainable Design for Aquaculture. The climate foundation's project, Open water Marine Permaculture Arrays, creates seaweed farms in Zanzibar helping 10,000 seaweed farmers.

Sustainable Sanitation Alliance Partner

Climate Foundation becomes a partner member of the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (Susana), an informal network of organizations who share a common vision on sustainable sanitation. SuSanA came into existence in early 2007 and works as a coordination platform, working platform, sounding board, contributor to the policy dialogue on sustainable sanitation and as a “catalyst”.
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Gates Foundation Project

Gates Foundation selects the Climate Foundation as one of eight projects in the  "reinvent the toilet" challenge.  Climate Foundation project develops biochar production to process municipal waste and develop agricultural products that can sequester carbon in soils for centuries to millennia.
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Biochar Reactor

NAFTA's Commission on Environmental Cooperation selected The Climate Foundation for an award to develop a biochar reactor for North America.

Reducing Coral Bleaching

The Department of Fish and Wildlife bestowed a grant on the Climate Foundation to pursue it's revolutionary method of coral bleaching reduction. (2010)
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Discovery Channel

Climate Foundation's Brian Von Herzen was selected to participate in Discovery Channel "Project Earth: Hungry Oceans" documentary on carbon balance in the oceans. (2008)
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