Adele Barbato is a Climate Adaptation Fellow at Recapture. She has degrees in anthropology and world history from Harvard, Northeastern, and Monmouth universities. Adele has been studying and writing on the intersections of climate and human movement for nearly 20 years, and is the founder of an online publication and advocacy project dedicated to supporting practical preparations for climate migration. In a parallel life, she also leads digital transformation and change management initiatives within large, global museums. This work has allowed her the privilege of becoming intimately familiar with the fascinating, preeminent collections of notable institutions such as the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts, and Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography.
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Philip-Michael Weiner founded Recapture with Trey Pringle in 2017. He has worked with companies of all sizes worldwide, including Virgin Unite, Carbon War Room, Rocky Mountain Institute, and Rockefeller Foundation, to grow their impact through behavior change and meaningful, enduring design. He has launched multiple award-winning consumer products for growing food and has been involved in developing 45,000 hectares of conservation finance projects throughout South America. He has also helped raise $260M+ for early-stage ventures he strongly believes in.