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Our Mission

The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the development of viable commercial markets for renewable and sustainable commodities derived from algae. Its membership is comprised of people, companies and organizations across the value chain.

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We envision a world where humankind universally thrives with access to sustainable and productive resources.

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The Algae Opportunity

ABO is at the forefront of a new generation of algae cultivation technologies that are creating opportunities for sustainable products in dozens of markets, providing jobs in rural areas and addressing a variety of environmental challenges. LEARN MORE> 

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  • The Great Success of the Virtual 2020 Algae Biomass Summit

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  • ABO Announces Winners of the 2020 Young Algae Researcher Awards

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  • You’re Invited! Algae Food and Feed Town Hall Meeting Oct 14

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“An excellent conference to meet industry leaders, learn from peers, and discover everything that is being made possible with algae. See you next year!”

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> Achievements

Advancing Algae

  • Advanced Research Funding

    ABO members have worked with bipartisan Congressional coalitions to secure over $500 million for algae R&D and technology commercialization.

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  • Networking and Events

    ABO brings together a global community, and produces the largest algae conference in the world: the Algae Biomass Summit.

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  • Education and Standards

    ABO is working to develop the algae workforce, designing new technical standards for algae production, and more.

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  • New Policy

    For the first time the New Farm Bill recognizes algae as a crop. The USDA now has new tools to develop algae and related technologies for nutrient management, soil health, carbon recycling and other farm and rural applications.

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Membership in the Algae Biomass Organization puts you at the forefront of efforts to develop new technologies and commercial markets for renewable and sustainable products derived from algae.

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