Pina enables forest owners to access carbon markets the easy way. We build software that automatically assesses forests through aerial data and simulates its future development to allow us to quantify carbon stock changes over time. Forest owners can store additional carbon in their forests by adopting sustainable forest management practices. Each additional ton of carbon stored generates a "carbon credit". By investing in forest carbon projects, companies contribute to climate protection. Through the sale of carbon credits, forest owners benefit from a recurring income that is reinvested to create diverse, climate-resilient forests.
Read more about forest carbon markets and Pina’s role in innovating them in this **TechCrunch article** or this video bei ZEIT Online.
As one of our first full-time team members, you work directly with the founders in this high impact role to help us protect more forests. Your tasks as Forest Carbon Project Manager are both strategic and operational:
On the one hand, you develop the certification criteria and thus ensure that the impact of our projects is ensured. On the other hand, you implement projects and automate processes. You are the single source of truth regarding the status of a forest carbon project under development, you drive data collection and ensure project quality. This can mean e.g. providing forest owners with suggestions for site-appropriate tree species based on public data, getting info from our product/tech team about carbon projections, tapping into various data sources to perform a standardized risk assessment, or supporting the building of our internal project management platform with low-code tools to automate as many tasks as possible. It is a diverse and challenging role, with a lot of impact!
Important goals of your role are:
Your key tasks include:
<aside> 🌱 Combat one of THE problems of our time - climate change - together and see your impact first hand.
<aside> 🎢 Work hand in hand with the founders of Pina - a team of experienced and passionate entrepreneurs.
<aside> 📝 Become one of the key full-time employees in an early-stage climatetech startup.