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DevvStream Joins Forces with Former Canadian MP

DevvStream launched a new joint venture with Brian Storseth, a former Albertan Member of Parliament who served for nearly a decade before choosing to retire.

The new joint venture, Marmota Solutions Inc., was established to directly communicate with towns and cities across Canada. Marmota is engaging these municipalities to help them create carbon projects that generate carbon credits in order to meet their climate change targets.

While DevvStream provides the direct experience and know-how to start and run new carbon projects – the “muscle”, so to speak, Brian Storseth brings connections and political savvy to the table – the “brains”.

Brian Storseth is a principal owner of Wellington Dupont Public Affairs, a North American policy affairs firm that provides the management of government relations as one of its services.

His decade of experience spent as an MP on top of this makes Brian a perfect choice to help guide Marmota towards landing deals with Canadian government entities, while DevvStream’s expertise ensures any subsequent projects are well-managed and fully compliant.

Of course, Marmota – and hence DevvStream – will be getting priority access to these new carbon credit projects, whether through a streaming agreement or through onboarding new credits to their blockchain platform.

That makes this joint venture an excellent source of new projects, and new revenue, for DevvStream.

Read full news release here.

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