ImpactAlpha, July 3 – Technology to capture, store and use carbon dioxide could take 500 million tons of the greenhouse gas per year out of the atmosphere by 2030, a 10-fold increase from today, according to a new McKinsey report. Key to making the technology cost-effective: a price on carbon. The development of carbon-negative technology
Corporate and leasing fleet commitments will drive the roll-out of more than 2.5 million zero-emission vehicles by 2030.
The global pandemic has caused severe health and economic impacts in the short-term. It is also accelerating long-term trends that, with decisive action, could accelerate the transition to a sustainable and inclusive future.
“We are on the cusp of the fastest, deepest, most consequential transformation of human civilization in history,” begins “Rethinking Humanity," a new report by RethinkX.
“Climate adaptation is enabled by technology, but will be executed in infrastructure,” said Equilibrium’s Dave Chen.
The fund is designed to support the e-commerce giant’s pledge to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.
Prime Coalition set out in 2015 to syndicate high-risk, high-impact climate technology deals to risk-taking investors. Not venture capitalists, who didn’t have the appetite, but philanthropic foundations and family offices willing to take on risk with a growing set of investment tools.