Technology is key in achieving carbon neutrality and to no surprise, startups have a unique role to play.
Climate change and in particular its top contributor, carbon emission, is currently the largest global environmental problem
How can more companies get involved in the fight to end plastic waste? There are already so many packaging, sorting, and plastic collection companies, but what else can ignite change?
There is an urgency to reverse the ongoing trend towards the devastating effects of global warming.
Find out everything that was said during our webinar: we provided insight into the state of emerging tech trends in the CCUS space, and showcased five emerging startups.
Find out the takeaways from our virtual event with Dan Pickering. We talked about the current situation of the energy market and featured relevant startups.
With access to zero-emission energy and building solutions, the proliferation of electric vehicle charging ports, and rise in distributed energy resources the shift to a low carbon economy creates both enormous opportunities and challenges.
Spurred by demand from customers and pressure from their own employees, more than 170 companies to date have pledged to become carbon-neutral by the middle of the century, if not sooner.
Examples from countless industries have proven open innovation as the new imperative for creating and profiting from technology.
With much of the infrastructure still under construction, the African energy market is a complicated one. Some startups have already taken the first steps to tackle this problem.
With mounting interest in carbon capture and storage technologies, there remains a goal toward which climate advocates can direct their efforts, and hope that we might achieve a deep reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Microgrids and blockchain disrupt the energy industry with their increased energy efficiency and sustainable practices.
Renewable energy is the most popular form of sustainable power, yet not all types of renewable energy are sustainable.