Balancing Abundance and Sustainability Is A Complex Challenge
Understanding the complete picture creates a need for realistic solutions. Simply by creating a new fish habitat on an otherwise muddy seafloor, we can directly reduce devastating human impacts on the global ecosystem. Compared to the destructive impacts of the farming industry, obtaining fish and other seafood as the main source of protein has only positive benefits. Fish is known to be vastly healthier for daily consumption over beef or chicken and fish is all natural and hormone free. By consuming seafood in place of live stock products, human populations enjoy less disease and stronger immunity.
The Great African Food Reef
Financed by Blue Credits, Fish Reef Project will deploy massive new food reefs down both coasts of Africa over the next 20 years. Using custom reef ships and land hubs in Ghana, Senegal, Somalia and Kenya the Great African Food Reef will feed and employ millions of people while creating vast new forms of ocean health.