Climate tech probably sounds like windmills and electric vehicles, but there's so much more to it than that.
What does a climate tech company look like?
Bloom is an app that makes impact investing accessible to anyone with a little cash to spare each month.
Jolt is building a network of fast-chargers for EVs, with free kms everyday.
Ripe Robotics builds automation on orchards to reduce waste.
Dandelions restores comms in disaster zones by deploying towers from space.
Bardee turns food waste into fertiliser, using insects.
Fungi Solutions creates packaging from mushrooms, that is a biodegradable alternative to styrofoam.
Ownershift helps apparel brands launch a take-back and re-sale program to shift to a more circular model.
And that's just a few in Aus. There are a bucketload of Aussie climate-tech companies listed in the directory on the Climate Salad website, plus a bunch of action items on the Regeneration Nexus website.
If you're sitting on an idea that you want to bring to market, or looking for inspiration to start something completely new, spend some time on Climate Salad and Regeneration. They're absolutely packed with amazing examples.
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