Growing Climate Tech in Queensland
Rich with natural capital and resources, Queensland is geographically diverse but vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Queensland Government, through the Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur, Advance Queensland and Trade and Investment Queensland, is committed to playing its part in the global effort to address climate change with set targets to reach net zero emissions, the Queensland Jobs and Energy Plan, commitment for a climate positive Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games and more. With these challenges come opportunities for the Queensland climate tech community domestically and internationally.
This partnership will include a series of initiatives such as local events in Brisbane and the regions, an International Trade Mission to the Verge ClimateTech Event in San Francisco, a Women in Climate Tech Fellowship and the ability to track Queensland’s growth through an annual Queensland Climate Tech Report.
We’re proud to support climate tech founders and the climate tech community in Queensland.
If you'd like to be involved or would like to find out more about these programs or the partnership, we'd be happy to chat with you.
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We see a world where Australian climate tech startups create an outsized global impact.
By 2030, we will help 1,000 climate tech companies and help 100 with international expansion.