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Green Finance Briefing: Investment growing in climate tech, and a century of carbon emissions

  • Companies are being pressured by investors, customers, and governments to start addressing climate change.
  • This pressure is generating a growing demand for a relatively new service – climate change management and reporting.
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Green Finance Briefing: Investment growing in climate tech, and a century of carbon emissions

Investment is growing in the climate tech sector

A new generation of climate techs is emerging, creating innovative ways for businesses of all sizes to manage carbon emissions monitoring and reporting, and ultimately drive emissions down.

Companies are being pressured from all sides to start addressing climate change – investors want sustainable businesses, customers want more accountability, and governments are stepping in to start enforcing regulations to mitigate climate risks. 

Investment is growing in the climate tech sector

A new generation of climate techs is emerging, creating innovative ways for businesses of all sizes to manage carbon emissions monitoring and reporting, and ultimately drive emissions down.

Companies are being pressured from all sides to start addressing climate change – investors want sustainable businesses, customers want more accountability, and governments are stepping in to start enforcing regulations to mitigate climate risks. 

This triple whammy is sending businesses out to seek help, generating a growing demand for a relatively new service – climate change management and reporting.

This market brings software solutions using data from climate and earth observations to establish baselines and help with setting and meeting emission reduction targets. PwC describes this sector in its new report, the State of Climate Tech 2021.


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