How data and UI lead environmental technology design

Nithya Ramanathan
Aug 2, 2018 · 7 min read
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Momentum Around Data

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User-Informed Design

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Objective Standards to Measure and Monitor Impact


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The Fourth Wave

Environmental progress doesn't just happen.

Nithya Ramanathan

Written by

CEO & Co-founder of Nexleaf Analytics. Improving human and planetary health with sensor intelligence.

The Fourth Wave

Environmental progress doesn't just happen. It's been propelled by successive waves of innovation, each unleashing powerful new tools: Land conservation. Force of Law. Power of Market-Based Solutions. Today we are seeing the emergence of a Fourth Wave of environmental innovation.

Nithya Ramanathan

Written by

CEO & Co-founder of Nexleaf Analytics. Improving human and planetary health with sensor intelligence.

The Fourth Wave

Environmental progress doesn't just happen. It's been propelled by successive waves of innovation, each unleashing powerful new tools: Land conservation. Force of Law. Power of Market-Based Solutions. Today we are seeing the emergence of a Fourth Wave of environmental innovation.

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