Let’s design cities and architecture that have a deeper connection with nature. Because one of the best ways to design something is to see how nature has already designed things to withstand the environment. Nature has been around a lot longer than humans have, so being able to connect and understand how we can make our cities more aligned with nature is super important to the sustainability of cities in the future.
And we have so many solutions out there that use biomimicry in their design. But sometimes it can be hard to find those solutions.
Which is one of the reasons why my guest, Jana Skokan, created a marketplace for greentech and sustainable solutions that are rooted in nature. Giving space for greentech businesses to show off what they have to offer to the world.
To learn how you can get involved into this platform and show off your greentech product to the world, make sure you visit https://frogeex.com/ and check out this entire episode to hear all the things that Jana has planned for the community and marketplace she is building.
|0:00 - GreenTech Marketplace|
|1:27 - Frogeex Intro|
|2:07 - Making the transition easier|
|2:24 - Stories of people within the marketplace|
|4:38 - What led Jana to create the marketplace|
|6:26 - Importance of community|
|8:52 - How to join Frogeex and benefits|
|11:49 - Personalized recommendations|
|13:23 - Weekly educational webinars|
|15:38 - Jana’s vision for sustainable building future|
|18:06 - Form follows function principle|
|19:25 - Different models|
|22:13 - Goals for the next 6 months|
|22:42 - What Jana is learning|
|23:31 - Tip for Ecopreneurs|
|24:34 - Best way to contact Jana: LinkedIn|
Check out Frogeex’s website:
Get in touch with Jana on LinkedIn:
I mention the engineer in India who is designing systems to make buildings more energy efficient by removing heat. His name is Madhu Rapole and his company is called Oorja Energy and Engineering, and you can find his interview here →
Check out this interview that I mention at the end of the episode with Leslie Sheridan of Planet Cents:
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