Seagrasses, ‘the lungs of the ocean’, are ecologically important. They are home to and hold food sources for an incredibly diverse community of species, from tiny invertebrates to large fish, crabs, turtles, marine mammals, and birds, as well as other plants. They also provide many important services to people. Surprisingly, seagrass plants and meadows capture carbon at a rate 35 times faster than tropical rainforests, and account for 10% of the ocean’s total burial of carbon (despite covering less than 0.2% of the ocean floor), known as ‘blue carbon’. They are one of our most important natural solutions to the climate change crisis. The creation of seagrass was mainly made by using recycled materials from household waste, including plastic bottles, cardboard box, packing paper, egg trays, and empty scallop shells/ seashells.