Coastal and marine regions are some of the most biodiverse areas on the planet, featuring several rare and fragile ecosystems — like mangrove forests, coral reefs, and seagrass meadows, which host thousands of different aquatic species.
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Restoring Mangrove Forests
Mangrove forests are key contributors to environmental health. While providing habitats for fish and birds, mangroves also have the potential to sequester far more organic carbon than other tree species.
Regenerating Marine Ecosystems
To regenerate marine ecosystems and mitigate global warming, PUR is engaging coastal communities to plant mangrove trees and develop onshore agroforestry projects.
Rights, responsibilities, and ownership of coastal regions is a complex topic. This is why PUR works in parallel with communities and governments at the local and national level, ensuring that the correct stakeholders are given the ability to create sustainable impact and value.
To build successful long-term collaborations, we have developed evidence-based strategies that provide a clear mandate to clients and local communities, detailing how they can support the program and benefit from its implementation.
Through innovative insetting projects, we provide companies with significant opportunities to sequester ‘blue’ carbon, strengthen biodiversity, generate sustainable resources for local communities, and protect coastlines from rising sea levels.