Aaron Schorn and Trinity Asing on Sustainability and Youth Entrepreneurship
The key to regeneration is taking less and ensuring that it regrows.
School has long been a lonely process – this must be challenged.
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.
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