E12 Running Tide with Marty Odlin

In this episode of This Is CDR we are pleased to welcome Marty Odlin of Running Tide. Marty tells us about Running Tide’s approach employing automated systems to grow and deploy kelp for permanent carbon sequestration in the deep ocean.

Moderated by Toby Bryce (@wtbryce) and Megha Raghavan

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER Marty Odlin is Founder and CEO of Running Tide, a Maine-based company seeking to harness, accelerate, and scale the most impactful restorative processes naturally at work in the ocean to build a climate positive future. Marty studied robotics at Dartmouth, was a Director at Columbia’s Center for Sustainable Engineering, managed a fleet of five fishing boats, and his family has been in the offshore fishing business for generations. LINKS Running Tide - www.runningtide.com

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