Oct 4, 2019
Shubhendu Sharma founded a company in India, Afforestt, to build tiny forests all around the world, using methods developed by the Japanese botanist Miyawaki. They are dense natural forests comprising trees that grew in the region hundreds or thousands of years ago. Metta Spencer asks Shubhendu to estimate the carbon sequestration of his forests but he declines to do so, and they argue a bit over philosophy.
https://youtu.be/MfPw5VTNZr4 Oct. 7, 2019
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