Remineralize the Earth — Remineralization utilizes finely ground rock dust and sea-based minerals to restore soils and forests, produce higher yields and more nutritious food, and store carbon in soils to stabilize the climate. Learn more at http://www.remineralize.org.
Global Coral Reef Alliance — The Global Coral Reef Alliance is a small non-profit organization dedicated to scientific research and sustainable management of the most valuable and threatened of all ecosystems — coral reefs. Learn more at http://www.globalcoral.org.
The Carbon Underground – Reversing Climate Change — The Carbon Underground was created in 2013 with two core goals—coalesce the emerging science on soil’s relationship to climate change and tell the world about a possibility to not simply slow down this threat, but reverse it. Learn more at https://thecarbonunderground.org.
Full of Ideas — Full of Ideas is a small company with big potential. Our engineers and businessmen have real world experience. Well-conceived and creatively applied ideas can make money for you or save you money. Learn more at http://www.fullofideas.com.
Insights with David — Insights with David is a show featuring David Munson Jr. as he talks with influential people that are making the world a better place. David is passionate about sharing the inspirational stories and charitable works that happen daily. Learn about what they do, connect with the organizations and people, and support their missions. Learn more at https://insightswithdavid.com/ or his YouTube channel.
Renewable Natural Gas — RNG is Renewable Natural Gas (biomethane), an ultra-clean & ultra-low carbon natural gas alternative that is derived from biogas. As organic waste breaks down it emits methane gas that can be processed to meet natural gas pipeline quality specifications. It can be used as to replace fossil fuels in any of the following applications: renewable heat, renewable electricity, or ultra-clean drop-in vehicle fuel. Learn more at http://renewablenaturalgas.info/
The Carbon Underground – The Carbon Underground was created in 2013 with two core goals—coalesce the emerging science on soil’s relationship to climate change and tell the world about a possibility to not simply slow down this threat, but reverse it. Learn more at https://thecarbonunderground.org/