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David, the leadership of the Algae Biomass Organization is critical in assisting the industry to move forward towards commercialization. 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 comprises people, companies, and organizations across the value chain.
The primary goals of the Algae Biomass Organization are:
- Facilitate commercialization and market development of microalgae biomass specifically for biofuels production and greenhouse gas abatement.
- Deliver information to the public on initiatives, funding opportunities, and industry development.
- Provide networking and collaboration opportunities.
- Establish cutting edge research and commercialization summits and other meeting opportunities.
- Develop a high-quality interactive repository of information on algae biomass technology, science, products, processes, patents, and economics.
- Develop quality and measurement best practices for algal biomass, products, systems technology, and Econometrics.
- Present career advancement and consultant opportunities.
David has authored two books and one poster on the Marine Fishes of Trinidad and Tobago, with his seminal work, A Checklist of the Marine Coastal Species of Fishes of Trinidad and Tobago, being incorporated into the global taxonomic reference database, FishBase.
David received the 2019 Most Valued Citizen Award from the La Grange Area Chamber of Commerce “for outstanding involvement in the betterment of the community and its people” and was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Frisch Auf! Valley Country Club in La Grange, Texas
David believes in harnessing the power of microalgae to perform critical ecosystem services such as wastewater treatment with nutrient recycling, soil repair and rejuvenation, and carbon capture and use, thereby reversing environmental damage.
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