SEAJOY Group recently participated in the event: “A Planet of Hope”, held at Boston, United States, organized by Manomet, a non-profit who has been working to build a more sustainable world for over 50 years, where business partners from different sectors were celebrated alliances aimed at the protection of Shorebirds worldwide.
SEAJOY Group as part of the Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve Network actively participates in the protection of migratory birds which use our coastal marine concession areas as feeding sites, resting in their passage through the hemisphere, being our farms important sites for these bird populations that represent in some cases up to 80% of the biogeographic populations of some of them.
SEAJOY Group reiterates its commitment to the protection of migratory birds, promoting sustainable production and in harmony with its natural environment.
“We are committed to continue promoting environmental programs and protection of shorebirds”
—Alberto Obregón, Cooke Aquaculture
About A Planet of Hope
For 50 years, Manomet, a sustainability non-profit, has been working to build a more sustainable world—for birds, for people, and for our planet. Manomet believes that the for-profit sector is the key to this more sustainable world. It’s big, it moves fast, and it’s filled with people and organizations who are committed to solving the sustainability challenges facing us today.