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Eli Etzioni

Eli Etzioni

Eli Etzioni is the Strategic Partnerships Associate at Fast Forward, the accelerator for tech-driven nonprofits. In the past, he has worked in bluetech as well as surf therapy, and he is equal parts climate optimist and outdoor enthusiast. He can often be found thinking about sustainable aquaculture while surfing or pondering climate-friendly transit options while biking ??.
The third article in The Kelp Revolution: Our Seaweed Series “The more you learn about seaweed, the more excited you get about its potential to be restorative to the oceans, the climate, the planet,
The second article in The Kelp Revolution: Our Seaweed Series “Seaweed is finally having its moment in the spotlight” – Professor Halley Froehlich The worldwide seaweed market is growing. At the same time, climate change is becoming a more severe and
The first article in The Kelp Revolution: Our Seaweed Series “Time forks perpetually toward innumerable futures. In one, you buy your kelp salad in a kelp-plastic package and drive it home in a kelp-powered
Through photosynthesis, the world’s forests absorb around 30% of human-produced carbon dioxide emissions. Meanwhile, the ocean absorbs around 31% of human-caused emissions. While there are many large-scale reforestation projects designed to increase forest size
One year ago, I joined the team at Fast Forward, an accelerator for nonprofit technology startups. Since Fast Forward’s inception in 2014, 59 tech nonprofits  have graduated from our Accelerator Program, and they’ve impacted over 63 million lives globally. They are just a small subset of the 500+