Green Earth Africa

Pioneering Climate Solutions with Global Reach

Leading Global Climate Action with Local Roots and Innovative Integration

Green Earth Africa, part of the Marillion.Ai group, originally formed as GEA, now focuses globally on climate credits, taking a leading role in addressing climate change.

With a global focus, the group aims to influence climate change mitigation on a worldwide scale.

Despite its global reach, the core of its activities remains in Africa, where climate change significantly affects millions of families and livelihoods.

By integrating into the Marillion umbrella, Green Earth Africa ensures that its initiatives in agriculture, wildlife, water, and community development remain prioritized

Agricultural technology
Green Earth Africa
Water Credits
Wildlife conservation
At Green Earth Africa, we harness the synergy of technology and tradition to protect our planet for future generations. Together, we create a sustainable legacy through innovative conservation and community empowerment.
Nick Havecroft
Nick Havercroft
GEA Founder & CEO

Key Areas of Focus

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture

Large-scale corporate agricultural operations in various locations and partnerships and agreements with various entities,  Our main focus is regenerative agriculture across the beef, ranching, and wildlife sectors.

Engages in restocking wildlife in depleted areas and supports anti-poaching and anti-trafficking efforts.

Environmental Conservation

Environmental Conservation

Focuses on reforestation projects and trades in the Marillion Diamond standard credits for carbon, water, plastic, wildlife, eco sports, and community offsets. These can be either forward sold to fund and expand our growing portfolio of renewable energy, regenerative agriculture, and eco sports projects or bought directly from the Marillion Exchange platform.

Helps in the development of local communities through sustainable practices and environmental conservation efforts.

Expansion and Growth

Since its inception in 2009, the group has continued to expand by acquiring more agricultural land through leases and partnerships suitable for investment, enhancing its influence in the fight against climate change

Utilises state-of-the-art AI-driven apps and regenerative agricultural techniques, combining them with extensive management experience to optimize carbon sequestration.

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture refers to farming practices that restore soil health, enhance biodiversity, and increase carbon sequestration. The aim is to create more resilient ecosystems and improve the carbon cycle, contributing positively to climate change mitigation.

Common techniques include cover cropping, crop rotation, reduced tillage, agroforestry, and managed grazing. These practices are designed to build organic soil matter, reduce erosion, and support water retention.

By improving soil structure and fertility, regenerative agriculture can lead to more productive farmland that requires less synthetic fertilizer and is more resistant to pests and disease.

Production of Biochar

Biochar is a stable, carbon-rich form of charcoal produced through the pyrolysis of biomass in the absence of oxygen. It is used as a soil amendment.

Benefits to Soil

Adding biochar to soil can increase water retention, reduce nutrient leaching, improve soil aeration, and enhance microbial life. These improvements can significantly boost crop yields and resilience to climatic stress.

Biochar is recognized for sequestering carbon in the soil for hundreds to thousands of years, effectively removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and mitigating the impact of greenhouse gases.


Enhancing Carbon Content

Practices in regenerative agriculture and the addition of biochar work synergistically to enhance the soil’s organic carbon content. This not only improves soil fertility and productivity but also plays a crucial role in carbon sequestration.

Long Term Benefits

The increased carbon content in soil contributes to longer-term climate change mitigation strategies by storing more carbon underground, which otherwise would be in the atmosphere contributing to global warming.

Policy and Incentives

Governments and international bodies increasingly recognize and incentivize carbon farming practices, which can benefit farmers adopting these methods economically.

By integrating these practices, areas with strong agricultural potential can enhance their soil productivity while contributing significantly to environmental sustainability and climate change mitigation efforts.

Green Earth Africa

Green Earth Africa is dedicated to fostering sustainable development and combating climate change through innovative solutions and global partnerships.

Join us in our mission to create a more sustainable and equitable future.

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