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Article of the Week

Sand to Green Transforms the Desert

Happy Thursday, Impact Jobbers! We want to fill your inbox with some good news today, so allow us to tell you about a superhero startup called Sand to Green.

Did you know that one-third of the earth's surface has been impacted by desertification? Drought and land degradation, thanks to good ole climate change, have impacted 250 million people around the world. On top of that, the global economy could lose $23 trillion by 2050 if we don't find solutions to land degradation.

I know, I know, we said we had some good news. It's coming, we promise.

Sand to Green, a startup based in Morocco, is regenerating deserts into sustainable farmland. They created an entirely new type of agriculture that is resilient to climate change. Here's how it works:

  • Using solar-powered tech, Sand to Green desalinates brackish desert water, which is a fancy way of saying they remove certain minerals and salt
  • Then they plant fruit trees and herbs (some sweet intercropping action) and use drip irrigation to water the roots with the fancy new water
  • They also revive the soil using "green manure," a mixture of organic matter that sends the earth a big wake-up call

Some crops are even ready to harvest in as little as two years. How bout them apples?

After tons of success in transforming the Moroccan desert into a thriving farm, Sand to Green wants to take its technology to deserts around the world. Check out how they're doing it here.

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