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Want to get serious on net zero? Look to the startups

Ben Soltoff of GreenBiz highlights different startups that are taking net-zero goals seriously.

The C3 Take
  • Patch is one Silicon Valley startup that can link any online purchase to a carbon removal project, bringing sustainable shoppers closer to eco-friendly projects.
  • Next Energy Technologies is tackling emissions from buildings by coating windows in a photovoltaic coating, instantly transforming them into carbon free source of energy.
  • The innovation of the private sector is creating a cleaner and more environmentally-friendly world.

“One of the biggest challenges in stepping up net-zero plans is connecting companies with projects that reliably remove and store the emissions that can’t be mitigated directly. Startups are stepping in to help. For instance, the Silicon Valley startup Patch has developed a tool that can link any online transaction (such as a credit card purchase) to a carbon removal project, just by adding a few lines of code.”

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