In 2020, we learned some big lessons in crises preparation and management: URGENCY – Climate change is as present in our lives as Covid-19 SOCIAL JUSTICE – Crises disproportionately affect marginalized groups INNOVATION – Entrepreneurial tenacity creates needed solutions TRANSPARENCY – Action and discourse work only if informed by data COLLABORATION – Policy and investment accelerate global implementation
Recorded Live at IMPACT Leadership 21's Annual Power of Collaboration Global Summit at the United Nations (POC). Blockchain Global News' Gregg Greenberg speaks with Founder and Managing Director of Climate Impact Capital. Investing in Technology Driven, Disruptive Early-Stage Companies.
We talk about the past, present, and future of clean energy, including clean tech's place within the oil and gas industry. Alex talks about how decreasing waste and increasing efficiency and in the food industry and in energy production can potentially have wide-reaching benefits.
Combating and adapting to climate change is a lofty goal and though the global track record on positive impact is all over the map (literally), we see collaboration as the key to meaningful progress. Recognizing that pro-active organizations will survive and thrive, many of you are already on your journey and some of you will embark in this new decade. In either case, we hope to join you and to collaborate with you in 2020!
Business Angel Minority Association panel on diversity in cleantech startups
A forward outlook on how natural gas and carbon capture have a role in a future with competitive renewable power