Nov 7, 2019 Webinar: Rivers as the nexus to reverse climate change at scale and advance social justice
Thursday November 7, 2019 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM EST
Sacred Rivers Carbon Project:
Rivers as the nexus to reverse climate change at scale and advance social justice
The Sacred Rivers Carbon Project utilizes Hivemind’s cutting edge mycelium technology, a fungi that breaks down plant and woody material to develop healthier soil, to create carbon banks within critical watersheds throughout Southeast Asia. These sites will help stop catastrophic climate change and also prevent habitat and biodiversity loss, clean up air and water pollution, and provide local economic development that create jobs and can empower women. The projects will be sustained and scaled through the sale of carbon credits.
Join the Security and Sustainability Forum in a one hour discussion with Hivemind and Sacred Rivers leader, Joseph Kelly, in a one hour discussion of his regenerative agriculture work in Southeast Asia, the benefits planned for the local population and funding needed to complete the program. Earlier this year, some SSF subscribers invested in Hivemind’s build-out of a Shell mycelium demonstration program. Joseph will also update us on the firm’s progress on that program.