As the world moves toward ‘net zero’ carbon emissions, climate technologies are already changing the way we eat, live, move and work.
Within the next ten years, these innovations will create new industries, and reinvent the way incumbents do business.
Investing in climate technology capitalises on the strong macro tailwinds generated by growing awareness of climate change, changing consumer preferences and business requirements, as well as government support.
Combined with the global reallocation of capital away from fossil fuels, this is a once in history opportunity to build successful companies while helping preserve the quality of life on this planet.
Our investment process
CIM is a leading building energy efficiency company using integrated software to help landlords and facility managers improve the financial performance and minimise the climate impact of their properties.
Tim Neale, Peta Neale
DataFarming aims to unlock the potential of precision agriculture products and farm data by putting easy-to-use solutions into the hands of every agronomist and producer
Digital Harvest is on a pioneering journey to transform agriculture to be as precise and data-driven as the aerospace industry.
Ben McNeil, Michael Lebbon
Emmi enables institutional investors to understand the risk and opportunity of their investment portfolio as it relates to decarbonisation.
Dr. Richard Parsons
Kite Magnetics is combining novel nanocrystalline magnetic materials with advanced manufacturing methods to produce the world’s highest-performance electric motors.
Rntr is an all-in-one clothing rental platform that allows brands to rent out their garments to directly to customers.
Henry Waterfield, James Kellett
A platform for ship brokers to identify ships closest to port quicker; saving time, money and CO2 emissions by minimising the number of ballast days and distance travelled.
TeOra is a startup delivering breakthrough solutions for the aquaculture industry. TeOra’s first solution, Shrimpguard, is a low-cost oral vaccine shown to increase survival rates by more than 15 times, addressing the shrimp industry’s current annual losses of US$1B due to the white spot disease.
Camille Goldstone-Henry, Jada Andersen
Xylo Systems are using data aggregation and AI decision-making to build an easier way to connect, track and manage wildlife conservation projects.
Bex Rempel, Neil Mans
ZeroJet is a fast-growing startup accelerating the marine industry transition to sustainable energy with electric jet propulsion systems.