Aaron Schorn and Trinity Asing on Sustainability and Youth Entrepreneurship

Key Points

  • The key to regeneration is taking less and ensuring that it regrows.

  • School has long been a lonely process – this must be challenged. 

Sustainability and Youth Entrepreneurship

On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast Nate McClennen is joined by Aaron Schorn, Head of Growth & Community at Unrulr. He is also a Getting Smart columnist

They are also joined by Trinity Asing, the founder of Mauka Market – the world’s first regenerative marketplace. 

Aaron supported Trinity’s journey at Nalukai, a youth leadership and entrepreneurship program in Hawai’i. We’re thrilled to talk with these inspiring guests about youth entrepreneurship, sustainability and ecoschools and much more. 


My senior year of high school I started a farmers market as part of a class project on how we could to make our school more sustainable. This made me fall in love with entrepreneurship and sustainability.

Trinity Asing

When you when you work with others you [start to] care about the problems they face, the communities they’re in […] Making entrepreneurship place-based is so vital.

Aaron Schorn

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