Water Works – Out to Lunch – It’s New Orleans
Ocean front property is desirable, unless the ocean is meant to be hundreds of miles from your front door.
Webster Pierce Jr is the inventor of a hunk of plastic called the Wave Robber.
Anchored off the coast of rapidly disappearing Louisiana land, it upends the natural process of waves washing away land by robbing them of their power, but unlike a traditional breakwater, siphons the silt out of the wave to create land.
Sarah Mack is a pioneer in the field of business and governmental cooperation to save the wetlands. In the kind of public/private financing model that property developers have employed to rejuvenate urban wastelands, Dr Mack marries carbon credits with the carbon-saving properties of wetlands to create a win-win financing model to pay for massive scale wetland remediation.
In the Pay It Forward segment of this show, our two water works pioneers and Peter discuss another local revolutionary land-saving business NanoFex. In a Out to Lunch first, David Culpepper, founder of NanoFex offers a truly ground-level investment opportunity to join him.