Leading scientists open this excellent programme explaining the irrefutable facts that are causing climate change. The last quarter of the programme focuses on what action we can take to help reduce and ultimately neutralise carbon emissions, with Chris Stark playing a prominent role in outlining what is already being done and what more still needs to be achieved to avert the catastrophe threatening our planet. We strongly recommend that everyone watches. Click here to access the BBC iPlayer link to the programme which will be available until 13th May 2019.
Since 2010, Green Angel Syndicate portfolio company, Better Points has helped their clients motivate people to mitigate 5 million kg of CO2 emissions. They aim to double that by December next year.
Better Points have a track record of encouraging active and sustainable travel such as walking, cycling, car-sharing and taking public transport. They have helped businesses and local authorities, in the UK and beyond, motivate people to take small steps to changing their behaviour in ways that add up to a profound impact on public health and the environment.
Read the full article on the Better Points website.
This webinar offers a unique opportunity for founders in the sustainable tech sector to hear directly from investors, who are active in this field, on what their drivers and motivators are for investment.
If you are currently raising investment for growth in one of the following areas:
- low carbon product service
- sustainable chemical technologies
- sustainable built environment
…then this event is an absolute must.
The discussion will look at the investment landscape in the sector as well as the value of R&D and what a university collaboration can add to the equation.
The webinar will address the challenges for early-stage innovation-led companies in the sector raising investment and scan the horizon for what the future will look like.
You'll also get the opportunity to ask questions directly of Johnathan Matlock and the rest of the panel.
This event is hosted by SETsquared's Investment Manager Rosie Bennett and brought to you by SETsquared's Scale-Up Programme, which supports growing, innovative companies to raise public and private funding.