Symbrosia: Solving climate change with the world’s mightiest seaweed.
Solving climate change with the world’s mightiest seaweed
Made from the red seaweed Asparagopsis taxiformis, Symbrosia’s SeaGraze helps to reduce methane expelled from livestock, a major contributor to climate change. The Hawaii-based company conducted the world’s first commercial trial of Asparagopsis in 2020 and saw a reduction of over 75% in methane produced by livestock. SeaGraze intercepts the formation of methane without impacting the fatty acids that are involved in the production of meat and milk.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Alexia Akbay, Ph.D.
Founder & CEO
June 23, 2022
Symbrosia raises $7 million to reduce livestock methane emissions
June 27, 2022
Danone ventures arm invests in seaweed-based methane busting feed additive
Danone Manifesto Ventures, the corporate venture arm of food and beverage company Danone, led a US$7m Series A funding round in Symbrosia, a Hawai’i-based startup that has developed a feed additive made from red seaweed.
July 12, 2022
2022 Keeling Curve Prize Winners Announced in Darmstadt, Germany
On Tuesday, July 12th, the Global Warming Mitigation Project (GWMP)revealed the winners of the 2022 Keeling Curve Prize (KCP), celebrating these projects’ impactful climate mitigation efforts. This year’s winners are recognized for innovations such as green nitrogen fertilizer production, seaweed cultivation for cattle feed, and alcohols produced with CO2.