Seatrade Group is commited to owning and developing drylands, with their rich and diverse, yet fragile ecosystems and resources, to be effectively protected and sustainably managed. Communities must derive the consequent benefits, but this is rarely the case.
To address this concern, Seatrade’s objective is to apply sustainable land management processing, to integrate land use planning, and to improve practices in natural resources, to subsequently benefit local populations and enhance their social, cultural, environmental and economic benefits.
The World Bank defines Sustainable Land Management as a process in a charged environment between environmental protection and the guarantee claim of ecosystem services on the one hand. On the other hand it is about productivity of agriculture with respect to demographic growth and increasing pressure in land use.