with Gregory Landua, Regen Network
Ep. #224 of The Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast
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Agriculture is essential in the fight against the climate crisis, not only for mankind but for the survival of the Earth. Therefore, it’s crucial that we transform the agricultural system through building infrastructure using technology and creating a connection to the human economy and ecological health through our economic activity.
Today’s guest, Gregory Landua, is very passionate about changing society to honor and regenerate ecological health, embracing the practical aspects of regenerative agriculture to assist farms and communities to help combat the climate crisis.
Gregory is the CEO, Co-Founder, and Co-Chief Regeneration Officer of Regen Network, a full-stack blockchain software development company leading the way towards tracking and funding ecological regeneration and creating new tools for humanity to relate to its environment.
During the conversation, Cory and Gregory talk about the new look of farming and agriculture, the future of carbon credits, and innovations in technology. Gregory shares the different approaches and strategies Regen Network uses to connect the social construction of value to ecological health, and the benefits of open-source, community-owned infrastructure and blockchain technology to the land steward and the planet.
The full transcript for this episode and more can be found at SocialEntrepreneurship.FM/224.
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When the food and agricultural industry see setbacks, who suffers?
Most often, it’s the farmer and/or the planet.
Farmers battle for their livelihoods. Ecological health suffers as the industry incentivizes corners to be cut.
Gregory Landua, our guest on this latest podcast, and his organization, Regen Network, want to change that.
They want to change incentives in the food & agricultural supply chain so that ecological health and equity for farmers is the focal point.
In our conversation, Gregory shares:
- The different approaches and strategies Regen Network uses to connect the social construction of value to ecological health
- The benefits of open-source, community-owned infrastructure for the climate crisis
- How blockchain technology brings the land stewards and ecological health to the center of the agricultural supply chain
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“Envision a world in which the source, the fountain of money, the source of money, the source of wealth is a reflection of ecological health.”— Gregory Landua, Regen Network
Links & Resources Mentioned
- Gregory on Twitter, LinkedIn
- Regen Network on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube
- Regen Network Discord Server
- The Planetary Regeneration Podcast
- Regen Ledger Documentation
- Library Regen Network
- Terra Genesis International
- CarbonPlus Grasslands (credit class)
- Era Brazil
- Neal Spackman with Regenerative Resources
- Nova Chocolate (now closed)
- Regenerative Enterprise: Optimizing for Multi-capital Abundance by Ethan Roland and Gregory Landua
- Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson
- Cory Ames on LinkedIn and Twitter
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