Who We Are
Multi-disciplinary solutions require a multi-disciplinary team
Environmental problems are complex and require multi-disciplinary approaches for their solution. The Greenfi team includes ecological, economic, technology, finance, natural resource management and legal expertise. We develop last mile solutions for pressing natural resource management problems which have potential for transformative scale, together with the financing models and tools which support those solutions. Our tools leverage our field experience as practitioners and our wide-ranging viewpoints.
Our solutions and the tools which support them are practical, workable and scalable. We have won a variety of prizes including including the United Nations Development Program & Morgan Stanley UFJ Prize for Climate Change Finance Innovation, the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance, a ClimateKIC award, a SwissRe ReSource prize and a Mastercard Zambezi Innovation Prize.
Mark is an environmental economist and qualified lawyer, specialised in designing performance-based contracts, payments systems and credit tools which incentivise ecosystem restoration and protection.
Co-Founder & Field Implementation Manager
Obadiah is an agricultural and environmental economist, with deep experience in payments for ecosystem service and pioneered Greenfi's environmental credit systems.
Co-Founder Community Eco-Credit Lead
Based in East Africa, Rob is an expert community-based natural resource management practitioner with 2 decades of experience of green community microfinance.
Nick Lampp is a professional project manager and agile coach, responsible for overseeing development of the Greenfi software tools.
Tadg Keating Webb
Tadg is full-stack developer responsible for development of the Greenfi impact monitoring, project design and community green core-banking tools.
Based in Dublin, Marcus is an expert in fintech user experience and designed the impact monitoring and community eco-credit digital tools.
Michael is the Greenfi lead developer with overall responsibility for the development of all Greenfi software tools.
Associate & Co-Founder
Jules is an Irish ecological economist, co-founder and director of Greenfi Systems (Ireland) which houses the Greenfi community eco-credit tools.
Ed is an applied ecologist and sustainability professional based in Kenya, with over 10 years experience in East Africa – specializing in agriculture, conservation & sustainable development.