Sea Harmony has created a technology-changing technology for vertical reef-like mildew farms that are invulnerable by storms and do not interfere with seafaring.
Our mild reefs make the ocean's main problem an inexhaustible source of food and sustainable business. But most importantly, they heal the damaged coastal ecosystems by restoring the food chain in its entirety: clams, shrimps, fish and other seafarers. These are revolutionary marine reef farms that provide many new jobs for fishing communities, allowing businesses to expand for the first time in the vast shelf areas of the high seas, overcoming the limitations of the bays. Many coastal areas, which are close to heavily populated and industrialized regions, are classified as "dead zones" - water areas that suffer from low oxygen concentrations due to chemical fertilizers and organic waste. This has a large negative impact on many different animal and plant species, puts fishermen at risk of losing their jobs and, last but not least, puts our societies at serious risk of a global nutritional deficit. Sea Harmony has created a technology-changing technology for vertical reef-like mildew farms that are invulnerable by storms and do not interfere with seafaring. They are made of durable materials that do not pollute water with microplasms. The next stage in the development of Sea Harmony is to encourage local businesses to take steps to rehabilitate the countryside and the economy, resulting in a livelihood for people in a more sustainable way.
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