S3E5 — Why Leveraging "NatureTech" Can Scale-Up Nature-Based Solutions with Lucy Almond of Nature4Climate

February 2, 2022

I speak with Lucy Almond about the most promising "NatureTech" trends for 2022.

This week, I am joined by Lucy Almond, Director of Nature4Climate, the world’s first coordinated effort to address the totality of natural climate solutions — across forests, farms, grasslands, and wetlands, to discuss the case for "nature tech", why technology should be applied to help enable, accelerate, and scale-up nature’s ability to combat climate change, and the biggest nature-technology trends she sees for 2022, including drones, AI, blockchain, and genomic sequencing.

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