Paul Carduner has been writing software since the age of 14. After deciding to “take a break” from college, Paul moved to Silicon Valley where he helped get two startups off the ground. After selling his second startup to Facebook, Paul spent 5 years building Facebook’s photo and video teams. Recently, Paul has taken an interest in software for social good, working with code.org to improve access to computer science education. It is Paul’s belief that climate change is the existential crisis of our time, and he is thrilled at the opportunity to improve take action on climate change through software. Paul is CTO at Nori, a Seattle based startup on a mission to reverse climate change with its blockchain-backed voluntary carbon removal marketplace.