Enduring Planet, a new fintech firm that exclusively funds climate entrepreneurs, is taking the wraps of its first product after securing $5 million in debt and equity financing.
Investors are pouring money into start-ups that want to build a greener economy
Giant Leap has become the first VC fund in Australia to set a minimum emissions reduction target for climate technology investments.
UK companies attracted 18% of Europe’s cleantech investment amid a record year of funding for the sector, according to new data. The report, compiled by IP and R&D tax credit firm GovGrant, shows that last year investors poured £134bn into cleantech firms across Europe.
Climate tech has seen the biggest gain since its last run-up and subsequent bust in the early 2000s, according to a new report Silicon Valley Bank provided exclusively to Axios
Day One Ventures' goal is to deploy 20% of its current fund over the course of the next 12 months into early-stage companies focused on solving the climate crisis.
Leaft Foods is enabling the extraction of protein from the most abundant commodity of any plant - its leaves. On the back of this breakthrough, the company has raised a Series A round of $15M
At Climate Salad’s Melbourne Climate Tech Showcase, 20 founders delivered their one-minute elevator pitch to members of the innovation ecosystem.
Voyager Ventures last week announced a $100 million fund focused on early-stage climate tech companies. The size alone is impressive for an inaugural fund, and its backing includes many big names in tech and investing.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the McKinsey Platform for Climate Technologies (MPCT) to help clients identify, develop, deploy, and scale technologies for transforming carbon intensive products, services, and systems.
Reflecting an unprecedented period in history, the report captures not only the reality of the immense challenges we face amid the ongoing global pandemic, but also the resilient responses that so many impact enterprises offer as solutions.
Impact investing is a rapidly growing segment within sustainable investing. It aims to channel money toward the companies that have a positive impact on the world in which they operate – and to deliver outperformance for investors in the process.
There is no denying that almost everything we do today has an impact on climate change, which in turn affects our way of life. This is an issue that cannot be ignored any longer.
Phil Morle: Today, I am going to talk about $4 trillion moving somewhere else — how global forces are requiring humanity to innovate and how technology might profoundly change industries we have taken for granted as enduring.
The new climate tech investor, founded by AI entrepreneurs and supported by an advisory board which includes a Greenpeace board director and an executive from Google, is focused on backing overlooked start-ups with the potential to collectively remove or replace 1 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases (CO2e) over a decade
Unicorn founder Didier Elzinga and venture capitalist Paul Bassat say proposed budget changes to lift and in many instances remove the cap on employee share schemes puts Australia’s start-up sector on a level playing field with Silicon Valley.
Funding for early-stage and brand new tech to help cut carbon emissions is surging
Corporate venture capital investments in climate tech businesses more than doubled in 2021, setting a new record. Last year, these types of funds funelled $23.2 billion into the sector, which includes renewable energy, energy storage and electric vehicles, among others.
Impact investment company Elbow Beach Capital has launched a venture vehicle with an initial £20 million of committed capital. It is looking to make investments both within the U.K., where it is headquartered, and globally