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Our first newsletter of 2016 went out on June 21. If you aren’t a subscriber, here’s what you missed: Al Gore on sustainable business and climate optimism; the announcement of the first three national finalists, a bit of solstice love, and more. We’re Going Global Global impact starts at ClimateLaunchpad People and organizations from all… Read more »
Winners announced for ClimateLaunchpad, Europe’s largest competition for the next generation cleantech entrepreneurs ClimateLaunchpad has just announced the winners of Europe’s largest start-up competition with primary focus on solving climate change. Amsterdam, September 4th 2015 – DesertControl from Norway has been announced as the winner of this year’s ClimateLaunchpad competition, winning €10,000 and a place in… Read more »
• 82 cleantech start-ups shortlisted from a list of more than 700 across Europe are set to compete for funding and the chance to enter the Climate-KIC accelerator • ClimateLaunchpad, Europe’s largest business ideas competition, creates the stage to unlock Europe’s cleantech potential and accelerate innovations that address climate change • Start-ups from 28 European… Read more »