Climate Technology Unicorns - Fairytale or Future?

Presented by

Georgina Mitchell, WellHouse Consulting | Ellinor Häggebrink, BSR | Justin Simler, abrdn

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If there’s a space for the next round of unicorn companies, it’s more than likely to be in the climate technology sector. The rapid rise of electric vehicle companies, plant-based meat, and renewable energy indicate that the era of climate unicorns might have already begun. Investors with an interest in the principles of ESG and an eye to the future are well positioned to be at the forefront of this seismic shift in the way we move, eat, and produce energy. But is this climate based boom another dot-com bubble, or something more sustainable? In Episode 14 of the ESG Innovation Hub, we’ll dive deep into the ‘E’ of ESG, and the rewards and pitfalls of climate technology investing as the sector moves toward a possible unicorn era. Join the session to explore -The history of ESG-based investment in climate technology -The current landscape of climate technology unicorns -How investors can evaluate potential green unicorns -What red flags to look out for when making climate technology investments -And more

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