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There’s a bigger blow we need to talk about

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OK, so I have to tackle it, and here are my thoughts on that blow!

The blow that is the climate change crisis unfolding before our eyes. It is shocking and causes irreparable damage.

But there is hope. And a lot of support and investments for climate solutions.

Here’s the updated list of Climate Tech ecosystem supporters and investors, with over $2 billion in funds to commit to solutions to our climate crisis.

Source: ClimateSalad

You may also have heard about the SEC’s move to make climate-related risk statements mandatory. There have been voluntary disclosures for a while, there is even a Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures introduced by one-time presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.

Likewise, companies have stepped up their commitment to climate action.

The growth of companies signing up for the Science-Based Causes Initiative growing at 65% per year and since 2015 has companies committed to reducing emissions generating $24T in revenue (30% of global GDP). However, this last step is important because it will shift the dial for the late adopters who are concerned not only about climate-related risks, but also the climate-related ones. regulations what they must adhere to. There is a high demand for climate technology solutions, so prepare yourself.

To learn more about Climate Tech startups, what Climate Tech investors are looking for and what they want to avoid, visit our Melbourne Climate Tech Showcase this Wednesday, April 6.

Get your ticket here.

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