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It was a pleasure to welcome Neal Maxwell and David Stone to the REELdebate on Friday 15th October 2021. We discussed how sustainable farming practices are helping to reduce our dependency on carbon-intensive processes and materials within construction and other sectors.
Neal’s partnership with The University of Liverpool helps bridge the gap between education and industry is testament to what is possible through true collaboration.
David is a true entrepreneur helping to bring about ground-breaking change and encourage farmers to grow crops such as Miscanthus (elephant grass) for use in packaging and construction to replace plastic and other carbon-intensive materials.
Neal Maxwell, Founder of Changing Streams
Changing Streams helps reduce plastic pollution, build a global community, and collaborate to save the oceans and environment. Acting as the bridge between academia and industry, they influence change through various methods and aim to prove much of this through science.
David Stone, Co founder of Carbon Trap
Carbon Trap use nature based solutions to promote biodiversity, sustainability, carbon capture and storage. They supply the bio economy with knowledge and sponsorship for the use of natural fibres in products that are appealing, affordable and sustainable.
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