Karn Manhas

CEO

I am an entrepreneur with more than 15 years of leadership experience in government, project management, community and business development. I am responsible for the vision and strategic direction of Terramera, which develops high-performance, plant-based alternatives to synthetic chemical pesticides and fertilizers, including products for agriculture, professional and consumer applications.

A recurring thread runs through both my life story and Terramera’s vision: a rejection of convention and a desire to redefine what’s possible. Karn is motivated by genuine interest in solving problems and pushing humanity forward. I am a frequent speaker on issues of sustainability, making clean food affordable, feeding the world and building innovative organizations, including at TEDx and Singularity University.

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Community//

How New Food Labels Could Change Your Plate And The Planet

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Work Smarter//

Why Workplaces Should Start Offering “Resilience Perks”

by Karn Manhas
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Can Farming, Food and Agtech Help Unlock the Public Health Crisis?

by Karn Manhas
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Why Is No One Talking About Agriculture as a Solution to Climate Change?

by Karn Manhas
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Wisdom//

What I Had to Unlearn to Build a Successful Business

by Karn Manhas
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Thriving in the New Normal//

How The COVID-19 Pause Could Save The Planet

by Karn Manhas
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What If We Could Eat Our Way to a Healthier Planet?

by Karn Manhas
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Well-Being//

Plant-based Diets Could Be Key to Saving the Planet — But Only If We Clean Up How We Grow Our Food

by Karn Manhas
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Mission Statements are Meaningless — Your Company Needs a Core Question Instead

by Karn Manhas
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