Botanical Heart and Mechanical Mind
In this podcast we unfold:
- The landscape-level projects Nicolas Rotundo has been involved in and the main takeaways of his advisory and developments.
- Taking into account the current state of affairs of the multi-crises we are facing, building landscape-scale business models to regenerate large swaths of land – as well as preserving nature – is of tantamount interest. We will share our personal attitudes towards what we think about truly being able to restore large – and ultra-large-scale.
- For large-scale ecosystem restoration, we need to involve a myriad of disciplines, from biology to investing, sociology, and anthropology to Web3, from conflict mediation to designing, implementation, and project management. We see creative tension, and things really moving forward, which is exciting. However, what are the main pitfalls we see happening in the sector?
The founder and visionary of organizations that take a new and more conscious approach to agriculture. From projects such as The Mushroom Farm to Ripple of Impact and organically planting 80,000 trees in Fiji, Nicolas has been working on creating an integrated system for food, power, and water abundance that can be replicated globally.