SpaceBase Podcast

From Saving Planet Earth to Sustainable Moon Settlements: An Interview with Chelsea Robinson

December 22, 2020 Episode 23
SpaceBase Podcast
From Saving Planet Earth to Sustainable Moon Settlements: An Interview with Chelsea Robinson
Show Notes

An interview with  Chelsea Robinson,  a serial impact founder with a background in complex problem solving. She cofounded Generation Zero, a movement of young kiwis aiming to build cross party political support for net zero emissions by 2050.  She is an Edmund Hillary Fellow from New Zealand currently based in San Francisco. Chelsea is the COO of Open Lunar, an organization seeking to catalyse a peaceful, cooperative lunar settlement on the Moon. 

 In this interview, we talked to Chelsea’s about her journey birthing an environmental movement for zero net emissions in NZ, to ensuring a sustainable future for humanity on the Moon.

Additional Resources:
Enspiral.com
Loomio.org
Open Lunar Open Mission Design Repository
"Why Should Humans Explore Space" by Larry Lemke

Hosted by: Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder, SpaceBase
 Music: reCreation by airtone (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons (3.0)
 
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