Restor : An introduction to the restoration platform

Siméon Max | Clara Rowe | Thomas W. Crowther2021-05-26

Join our hosts Clara, Tom, and Simeon from Restor as they walk us through an introduction of their project and a technical demonstration of how regenerative land stewards can get involved. “Restor aims to grow the global restoration movement by connecting everyone, everywhere to local restoration. Restor serves as a hub for restoration, connecting people to scientific data, supply chains, funding, and each other, to increase the impact, scale, and sustainability of restoration efforts. As a global ecological research group, the Crowther Lab at ETH Zürich knows the benefits of access to data and also the pitfalls of data when not paired with local knowledge. They set out to create a unified platform to democratize ecological data to ensure that the best restoration data is created by, for, and with restoration practitioners. From that aim, Restor was seeded in 2019, germinated over the course of 2019 and 2020, and is launching in 2021.

Duration: 60 min.

Available in: English

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