Our Services

We provide high quality and cost effective and
advising services.


Island nations are on the front lines of global climate change. Heavy rainfall and rising sea levels are eroding shorelines and causing flooding. Warming and increasingly acidic oceans are damaging coral reefs that support fisheries and attract tourists. Some island communities are already moving or making plans to relocate. We help small island nations become more resilient to climate change by developing with them mitigation and adaptation strategies for a bright future.


Mangrove restoration is an essential step in the campaign to protect and rehabilitate near-shore tropical habitats. We work with a wide range of afforestation techniques, from direct planting to leading edge technology like the mangrove planters from Mangrove Solutions, which specially engineered for challenging environments, where classical planting methods fail.


Coral reefs are often called the rain forests of the sea. They are one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world and provide many key ecosystem services, including food, coastal protection, and tourism revenue. Elemental Solutions specializes in coral reef monitoring, protection and restoration.


ES Caribbean teamed up with the Reef Ball Foundation to offer their new products – the Eco-Rap modules protecting the shoreline from wave energy. These living shoreline are an absolute necessity to protect shorelines from erosion. All the modules are custom made to ensure the highest level of protection and efficiency.


Elemental Solutions excels in all phases of monitoring for the marine environment, from baseline assessment, gap analysis and complex long-term monitoring studies. We can help you design a monitoring plan, train your staff in proper monitoring technique and tools, or even conduct monitoring for your organization, depending on your specific needs.


Get inspired to take action to protect our oceans and make a difference in our world by listening to Dr Catherine Jadot talking about the protection of the ocean and the steps everyone can implement in their day-to-day life to make a real difference.

Our Projects

Stanford Development Group worked with The Reef Ball Foundation, Nova Southeastern University in Ft....more
Mangrove Monitoring, Antigua
GreenPaved Workshop 2012
Product: GreenPaved Total area: 14,000 sq ft. Total product: 550 gallons App...more
Green Roads, Freeport
reefball deployment
ES Caribbean has been contracted to help increase Paradise Cove’s marine life using a state-of-the...more
Breakwater and artificial reef, Bahamas
Challenge:  Increase coral population in an area where the reef has been degraded due to overfishin...more
Coral Propagation, Dominican Republic
Cayman Island Red Mangrove Nursery
The Cayman Island Department of Environment (DOE) sprear-headed the program to create a red mangr...more
Red Mangrove Restoration, Grand Cayman Island
Dr Catherine Jadot has been contracted for a project with WCS in Madagascar in order to survey the r...more
Reef Surveys, Madagascar

Latest News

Our Team

Environmental Consultant

My passion for the oceans started just after my first dive, when I was 8.5 years old. Yes, that’s a long time ago! Scientist, entrepreneur, endurance athlete and wife, I race in Ironman triathlons when I’m not underwater.

I have worked for various universities and agencies in Belgium, France, the Azores, Dubai, Trinidad, the Cayman Islands, Bonaire, the Bahamas, Madagascar and the Turks and Caicos Islands. I also have authored and co-authored numerous scientific papers and technical reports

Manager / Logistics

I co-founded Elemental Solutions in 2010 to push back against the ever-increasing pressure on the environment. I have strong project management oversight in building out billion dollar infrastructures and hold various certifications. Our team recently finished the largest Reef Ball reef in the Bahamas, deploying over 300 units. Our construction techniques now focus directly on the environment, always trying to do it better, safer and healthier.

GIS Ninja

My passion for the ocean began when I was 4 years old and it has grown ever since! I’ve studied great white sharks in South Africa, dolphins in Greece, and marine ecosystems in the Caribbean. I’m a GIS* ninja and    aim to use my skills in marine conservation anywhere I can.

*GIS stands for Geographic Information Science