I speak with Joris Olde Rikkert on empowering urban dwellers to (remotely) plant forests.
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S1E3 — How We Can Enable People to Remotely Restore Forests with Joris Olde Rikkert of Treemendo
May 12, 2021
This week, I am joined by Joris Olde Rikkert, Founder & CEO of Treemendo, to discuss his studies in climate physics, his three (!) successful social enterprises, his want to create (even) more impact, the opportunity he saw to reconnect nature-deprived urban dwellers with reforestation programs, and much more. Treemendo is an online platform enabling organizations and individuals to transparently plant, monitor, and visit healthy forests.
This podcast is brought to you by the Connecting Nature Enterprise Platform, an innovation of the Connecting Nature project (Grant Agreement No. 730222) under the European Community’s Framework Program Horizon 2020. Produced by Little Red Flames.
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