This team created a new data collection game to generate new and improved environmental data that will eventually help nature fund its own monitoring, maintenance, and recovery. Team members included Alexander Gunkel, Jessica Immelman, and Federico Franciamore.
This duo tackled both intrinsic and extrinsic valuation of nature and pitched the idea of creating acoustic gardens, place-based interactive encounters facilitating humans becoming co-invested in preserving industrial noise-free environments. Team members included Chris Harris and Sarah Friend.
Nature Data Union
Bringing people, data, and insights together to sustain nature and community development were the ideals behind this team's proposed technology solution, with a focus on nature receiving tokens for the use of its data. Team members included Robin Lehmann and Mark Siebert.
This unit proposed technology that would enable and engage municipal residents in targeted rewilding and tree planting projects and analysis to improve air quality and reduce threats associated with this type of pollution. Team members included Jo Bronckers and Emiliyan Enev.
This duo proposed a solution to build a network of decentralized ecosystem commons to account for systemic living value, raise funding by selling living digital ecosystem twins, and fund land stewardship and regenerative businesses. Team members include Darren Zal, Shawn Anderson, and Brody Meyer.
Sattva (Curl Analytics)
This squad presented a technology platform allowing parks to generate and sell park-specific NFTs via artificial intelligence cameras and citizen contributions to generate revenue for the park's flourishment. Team members include Aditya Karantha, Ishita Gupta, Prakhar Awasthi, Preetham Reddy, Dharini Raghavan, Pavithraa Satchithanantham, Ayush Kesari, and Harsha Vardhan G.
Public Land Protocol
With the goal to educate and engage citizens in environmental restoration projects, this team created a new app enabling stewards to earn benefits for completing specific environmental tasks, such as collecting data, planting trees, and tending to landscapes. Team members include Alex Anderson, Joe Nisbett, Katie Kazmi, Jolly Patel, Erin England, and Chris Fernandez.
This team proposed technology capable of creating an extensive map of soil conditions across global locations to understand land conditions better and provide greater insights on what measures need to be taken to improve soil quality. Team members included Daniel de Witte, Joana Peleira, and Tommie Nepstad.
Most Collaborative Teams
SNI's partners at Odyssey Momentum generously offered to reward the top three "Most Collaborative" teams based on their support to other participating teams regarding technology access, knowledge sharing, and solution development. The selected teams for this category include:
This duo proposed a project supporting biomemetic governance for decision-making and award processes based on a regenerative structure for the rebirth of nature. Team members included Marine Peguin and Coline Caillier.
A Wild Life
This team pitched a life coach app where wildlife mentors help people learn how to invest in themselves health-wise, live more in the present, and positively impact nature, with a portion of the proceeds going to NGOs focused on environmental preservation and restoration. Team members included Oliver Dauert and Maria Merola.
Please see the team description in the Runners Up section above.