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Understanding Eutrophication: What you need to know about this increasingly common phenomenon

In the vast blue expanse of our oceans, a hidden threat lurks beneath the surface: eutrophication. This complex term describes a concerning phenomenon driven by human activities, impacting marine ecosystems in ways we can no longer afford to ignore. 

Eutrophication occurs when excess nutrients, primarily nitrogen and phosphorus derived from human activities, enter water systems leading to excessive algal growth that disrupt the balance of marine ecosystems.

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Why Oyster Heaven?

It’s evident from our name, Oyster Heaven, that oysters are our primary focus. But why? Why do we emphasize oysters over other marine creatures when it comes to restoring the balance in our oceans and cooling down the planet? Of all the endangered species in the world, why is it our mission to bring oysters back to where they used to be?

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Oyster reefs enable circular economy

Who do we want our oysters to help?

Our model allows us to do this independently and at scale because oyster reefs do really valuable jobs such as filtering water, managing nitrogen and improving biodiversity. We carefully monitor and measure these jobs and sell them as “credits” using the profits to further regenerate oyster reefs. But what organisations should we work with?

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The Challenges of Oyster Restoration

Oyster restoration is not new. The scientific community has been working hard on restoring these keystone species for the last decades with lots of learnings that got us to where we are today. However, oyster restoration still faces some challenges that had not been overcome, until now.

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Sea-wilding: Rewilding the Ocean for a Sustainable Future

Rewilding is a progressive approach to conservation. It’s about giving nature a helping hand allowing it to thrive independently and bringing it back to its natural state, creating wilder and more biodiverse habitats. This approach, however, is not exclusive to terrestrial habitats. In fact, rewilding the ocean is a key factor not only to restore marine ecosystems but also to fight climate change.

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The consequences of disrupting nature’s balance

Extremes of drought and flooding, no snow in winter, heat waves in the Northern Hemisphere and still wearing a winter coat at the beginning of May are just few of the many signs of climate change.

What few might realise is that when we impact the environment of one corner of the earth, the effect ripples in the remaining three.

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