Nori is a digital climate marketplace based on blockchain technology. Nori’s mission is to reverse climate change by developing a transparent stakeholder marketplace that scales the work to remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere. To drive a positive climate impact, the company works with regenerative farming suppliers by selling carbon removal credits within the program’s registry. Nori was founded by Christophe Jospe, Paul Gambill, and Ross Kenyon in 2017 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.

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Management Team

Matthew Trudeau
Chief Executive Officer
Paul Gambill
President & Chief Product Officer
Alexsandra Guerra
Co-Founder, Director of Corporate Development & Head of Demand
Aldyen Donnelly
Co-Founder, Director of Carbon Economics & Advisor
Ross Kenyon
Co-Founder & Creative Editor
Jaycen Horton
Co-Founder & Principal Blockchain Architect

Board Members

Christopher Burniske
Placeholder Capital
Latif Peracha

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News Highlights

Nori: Carbon Removal Marketplace Company Secures $6.25 Million
Nori – a leading carbon removal marketplace – recently announced that Matt Trudeau, a digital markets and exchange veteran, is joining the company as CEO and joining the board of directors, effective immediately. And Nori also announced that the company raised an additional $6.25 million led by current investors M13, Toyota Ventures, Placeholder, and Cargill, bringing total funding to $17.25 million. Paul Gambill, Nori’s co-founding CEO during the past 5 years, will remain on the board and take a new position within the company as Chief Product Officer.
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024


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