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Aguia Resources Ltd.

Aguia Resources Limited is a fertilizer company. The Company is engaged in the exploration and development of resource projects in the resources sector. The Company's projects include Lucena Phosphate Project and Rio Grande Project. The Company's Rio Grande deposit consists of the Tres Estradas, Joca Tavares, and Porteira carbonatite-hosted phosphate and the Cerro Preto sediment-hosted phosphate. The Company's deposits are located in a farming region of approximately 350 kilometers from the state capital porto Alegre. The Company's Tres Estradas project is located in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The Company's Lucena Phosphate Project (LPP) covers approximately 35,000 hectares, which is located within approximately 50 kilometers radius across the city of Joao Pessoa, Paraiba State in northeastern Brazil. The Company's LPP is located within the Pernambuco-Paraiba basin consisting of Cretaceous-Paleocene sediments covered by the Pleistocene Barreiras Group.
www.aguiaresources.com.au

Brazil Potash Corp.

Brazil Potash Corp. engages in the exploration and development of potash properties in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. It serves customers in the agricultural sector in Brazil and internationally. The company is based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil with a corporate office in Toronto, Canada. Brazil Potash is a fertilizer company focused on developing a world-class scale potash basin in the state of Amazonas to become a key domestic supplier to Brazil’s booming agriculture sector. The Autazes deposit is located 120 km southeast of the city of Manaus near the city of Autazes in a deforested area currently used for low density cattle farming. As the world’s population continues to grow and there is less arable land available per person, Brazil’s agriculture productivity will only grow in its strategic importance to global food supply. Potash is an essential nutrient to grow food and therefore a key ingredient in Brazil’s ongoing agriculture success. When crops are harvested, nutrients are removed from the soil. Potash helps to make the soil healthy and productive and having a major new domestic source of this fertilizer located on existing shipping routes will in turn help to make Brazil healthy and productive. Brazil is the world’s second largest and fastest growing potash market, but 95% of its needs are imported from mines located 13,000 to 20,000 kilometers away. By bringing the Autazes deposit into production, Brazil Potash will substantially reduce the country’s reliance on potash imports while enhancing food security, increasing crop yields and improving supply chain management for Brazilian farmers. Brazil Potash will create thousands of jobs for local people, providing stable and secure sources of income in an impoverished region. Construction of a 165km long electrical transmission line will connect over 100,000 people in the region who are largely dependent on diesel generated power to the national electricity grid. The local municipality will benefit from increased tax revenues, which will result in improved schools, water quality, roads and healthcare services while the country as a whole will have an improved trade balance by reducing its dependence on this key import.
www.potassiodobrasil.com.br

EarthRenew Corp.

EarthRenew Corporation, a clean technology company, engages in the development and commercialization of technology solutions for healthy soils, clean water, manure, waste treatment, and biosolids disposal applications in Canada, the United States, and internationally. It offers WasteRenew solutions that process and recycle biosolids, manure, and green wastes; EnergyRenew solutions, which reduce energy costs for heat processing industries; WaterRenew energy-efficient water desalination and treatment processes for remediating oil sands, and mining tailing ponds and industrial lagoons; and SoilRenew products, which provide solutions for organic and conventional farmers for increased fertilizer efficiencies and yields. The company’s technologies apply the exhaust from an industrial turbine directly in heat processing while the turbine generates electricity. Its solutions and products are used in various applications, such as dairies, livestock operations, paper operations, municipalities, waste water treatment, organic agriculture, fuel-based heat processing, conventional farming, land repair, turf, parks, and golf courses, as well as by poultry and egg producers, and food processors. EarthRenew Corporation has strategic alliances with T. E. Ibberson Company and Rolls Wood Group. The company was formerly known as EarthRenew Organics Ltd. and changed its name to EarthRenew Corporation in January 2010. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Calgary, Canada with an additional office in Half Moon Bay, California. It has a field services office in Fresno, California; and a commercial facility in Alberta, Canada.
www.earthrenew.ca

DT Plantations Ltd.

DT Plantations Inc., a company that developes agriculture plantations in the Philippines, has a detailed understanding and expertise of global agriculture markets. DTP has a precedent setting venture in the Philippines, bringing together local indigenous people who wish to sustainably develop resources on their land with international sources of financing, experienced technical and operational agri-management. A 40,000 hectare palm oil plantation has been under development in the southern Philippines since mid-2012.