Over the past decade, the world has become more polarized. As we focus on sovereignty and drive towards a net-zero economy, sustainably manufacturing tomorrow's products will be crucial.
Despite significant venture funding in climate tech, vital sectors of Industry and Food — responsible for ~56% of Green House Gas emissions — receive only 21% of funding. We're here to address this $3T opportunity head-on.
We are undergoing a global supply chain reconstruction to meet net-zero requirements. Technologies that enable localized and modular industrial production processes will be necessary.
The world is transitioning away from petrochemical feedstocks. Advances in bio-manufacturing and synthetic biology are reaching a maturity where scalable and predictable carbon-neutral or carbon-negative production can be achieved.
Natural resources are increasingly scarce. Novel technologies to create value from waste streams will be needed across all areas of industrial production ranging from chemicals to construction and food.
Shortening the food supply chain to bring quality food closer to urban areas.
Enabling the circular economy for the 91% of plastic waste that's not being recycled.