Wild Pacific Blue Carbon | Bretton Hills | Cohort 8

Wild Pacific Blue Carbon

Kelp for biofuel; a regionally appropriate approach to fighting climate change


From Bretton Hills: For the last few years I have moved around the world and built community wherever I went, but left before I could make a meaningful contribution. I have been in Vancouver for the last 20-months, and want to build a more meaningful relationship to my community. I work for an engineering firm focused on industrial development; my role is to help with the design and construction planning of these projects to include social and environmental design criteria. But I want to work to have net positive at the end of the day. I am passionate about the ocean, and environment, about protecting marine and terrestrial mega fauna, and finding inclusive solutions - where the woke make room for the waking.

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