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A Guide to Climate Tech Finance

The news in 2021 has highlighted climate change like never before. Storms and hurricanes wreaked havoc across the US as far north as New York. Floods in Germany and temperature records across the globe were smashed. Public opinion has shifted towards a demand for more action. In Germany the Green Party looks set to play … Continue reading “A Guide to Climate Tech Finance”

Nature’s Fury: How can the world prepare for more natural disasters

The verdant hills of Tizi Ouzou in Northern Eastern Algeria are normally covered in olive trees and scattered with small villages. But in August 2021 the region was engulfed by multiple forest fires which reduced the trees and villages to ashes. The Algerian government were unprepared and despite a large military budget was forced to … Continue reading “Nature’s Fury: How can the world prepare for more natural disasters”

A Guide to Climate Tech: How Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurs Can Build a Zero Carbon World

Tiny brightly coloured microbes live in Yellowstone park’s volcanic springs which can thrive in incredibly hot temperatures up to 235 C. These so called extremophiles are bright yellow, orange, blue and survive and by turning light into energy. Scientists have long been fascinated by their unique habitat and properties. The microbes caught the eye of … Continue reading “A Guide to Climate Tech: How Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurs Can Build a Zero Carbon World”

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