A conversation with Dr Millán Millán, director of the Centro de Estudios Ambientales del Mediterráneo (CEAM),about restoring the small water cycle, why the summer storms and rains have disappeared and how this turned out to be connected to massive snows in the UK, and massive floods in Central Europe and much more.
Category: Transition finance
Everest Gromoll – You can’t invest effectively without understanding what happened 12.000 years ago when agriculture started
A conversation with Everest Gromoll, a research archaeologist and a regenerative agriculture worker, about the reasons why we need to go back 12000 years, look at the Holocene, the Anthropocene, the birth of agriculture and more.
Brandon Welch and Phil Taylor – Updates with Mad Capital on how to enable billions to flow to regen organic farmers
A check-in conversation with Brandon Welch and Phil Taylor, founders of Mad Capital and Mad Agriculture, to talk about Perennial Fund 1 and 2, the lessons learned and building the vehicles to finance transition and funnel billions into the space.
A conversation with Wouter Veer, entrepreneur, impact investor, founder of Lenteland, about inequality, impact investing, land ownership, unsustainability, Charles Eisenstein, and starting and funding a venture and a movement in the Netherlands.
A conversation with Douglas Eger, CEO and founder of Intrinsic Exchange Group, about how to value nature and make it the centre of our economy and not some non-calculated externality, and more.
Boris Spassky, cofounder of Greenpods, joins us to talk about the critical role of project developers, creating bankable investable projects, the funds being raised and the missing deal flow.
Johannes Scheibe on using carbon credits to transition from understocked and overgrazed to zero input grazing
A conversation with Johannes Scheibe, founder of Ruumi, a satellite grazing app, about financing land regeneration and how Ruumi works with farmers and companies to create the conditions for a better future.
Bert Glover on investing over $600M into regenerative farms in the US and Australia and selling soil carbon credits to Microsoft
Bert Glover of Impact Ag Partners, comes back on the podcast for a discussion about soil carbon credits, operating his fund in Australia and North America, as well as the importance of biodiversity and more.
A conversation with Thomas Hogenhaven, managing partner at Planetary Impact Ventures, an evergreen investment vehicle based in Denmark, about how to put money to work using regenerative principles, and the ins and outs of being part of a radical fund.
A conversation with Charles Eisenstein, writer of Sacred Economics and Climate: A new story, about his fascination for soil and regenerative agriculture, his advice to investors as well as the role of animals in regeneration, his thoughts on our fascination for quick technology fixes, vertical farms and clean lab-grown meat.