Tag: nature

Clara Rowe on mapping all restoration projects in the world and provide transparency to the restoration movement

Clara Row is the CEO of Restor, a science-based open data platform to support and connect the global restoration movement. This is conversation about technology, transparency, and bioacoustics in our transition to regeneration. 

Emma Chow and Eliot Beeby on how circular design for food is crucial for regenerating landscapes, and how large food companies can lead it

Emma Chow and Eliot Beeby of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Food Initiative recently published The Big Food Redesign, a report that shows how rather than bending nature to produce food, food can be designed for nature to thrive.

The role of the crowd in the transition finance for farmers

As part of the Transition Finance for Farmers series, Benedikt Bösel and Koen van Seijen discuss with Thomas Rippel the role of the crowd in transition finance. They talk about the transition from active farmer to retirement and freeing up land for future generations, as well as investing in regenerative transition.

Elaine Ingham on why healthy soils don’t need rotations

In this episode Dr. Elaine Ingham, world’s foremost soil biologist and founder of Dr. Elaine’s Soil Food Web, talks about soils, bacteria, fungi sharing the results of 40 years of research.

Mark Campanale and Matt McLuckie on the hidden risks in the food and ag system any investor should know

An interesting conversation with Mark Campanale and Matt McLuckie of Planet Tracker, a non-profit financial think tank focused on planetary limits and financial markets e.g. fisheries, water and textiles.

Isabella Tree – Rewilding a 3,500 acre British farm that was never profitable before

Isabella Tree is the author of the book Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm. She runs, together with with her husband, the environmentalist Charlie Burrell, the Knepp experiment, the pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex , using free-roaming grazing animals to create new habitats for wildlife.

Paul Chatterton – WWF’s Finance Lab working on landscapes of 1M hectares and $100M investments

Paul Chatterton is the co-founder of the Landscape Finance Lab an experimental unit inside the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). They incubate sustainable landscapes, structure, launch and fund deals at landscape scale.

Zach Weiss – Climate change is a symptom of watercycle disturbance and we can fix it

Zach Weiss is founder and president of Elemental Ecosystems, created provide an action-oriented process to improve clients’ relationship with their landscape.