To solve the climate crisis, clean-tech VCs need a seat at the table
Given the urgency of the climate crisis, an unwritten rule in institutional investing — that seed stage venture capital does not warrant the time or effort to pursue — needs breaking. Jason Cahill is the founder of Carbon Ventures.
Should we stop eating fish and just fill our plates with plastic?
As the plastic pollution problem has become mainstream, we at Carbon Ventures have been asking this question: Can we do anything to stem the tide? (If not, at what point are fish no longer a heathy/viable food source?)
What the world needs now... Is more sustainable infrastructure
Currently, more than seven billion people live on planet Earth and by 2050 that figure will grow to nine billion. If we continue managing our resources as we do now, there are sure to be shortages... We must rethink our economy.