44.01

44.01 leverages the process of carbon mineralization by eliminating CO2 from the atmosphere and turning it into rock.

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Close up photo of mineralised CO2.
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traceless materials

traceless developed a novel generation of bio-circular and plastic-free materials.

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one • fıve

one • fıve redefines single-use plastics for packaging through innovative solutions based on paper and novel bioplastics.

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Teamphoto of One5.
Photo of the Industrial plant module. Ineratec.
Photo of Ineratec team.

INERATEC

INERATEC provides modular chemical plants for Power-to-X and Gas-to-Liquid applications and supplies sustainable fuels.

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Makersite

Makersite uses AI, data and apps to power sustainable product and supply chain decisions at scale.

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Portrait of Neil D Souza, Makersite.
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Group photo of the the Wildplastic team members.

WILDPLASTIC

WILDPLASTIC recovers plastic from nature and brings it back into the production cycle by producing sustainable products.

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The Upright Project

Upright has developed the world’s first public impact data platform, measuring the net impact of companies and funds on the environment, health, knowledge and society.

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Infographic of Apple net impact profile.
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Group photo of the Dance founder team.

Dance

Dance is an e-bike subscription service founded with the purpose of positively impacting health, sustainability and livable cities.

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Carbon Re

Carbon Re offer a SaaS solutions assisting hard-to-abate industries to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.

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GA Drilling

GA Drilling’s technology could give us access to a permanent supply of renewable heating and power by exploiting supercritical geothermal energy.

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goodcarbon

goodcarbon’s investment and trading platform will accelerate the investment into high-end nature-based climate solutions and the trading of related carbon credits.

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Group photo of the Goodcarbon team.
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C1

C1 is developing an ultra-efficient catalysis to mass-produce green methanol, enabling the shipping and chemical industry to save gigatons of CO2.

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The Landbanking Group

Landbanking allows both sellers and buyers of nature services such as carbon removal, water storage, soil regeneration, or biodiversity protection to open natural capital accounts, rewarding the conservation and regeneration of the natural resources.

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Dr. Sonja Stuchtey and Prof. Dr. Martin R. Stuchtey of The Landbanking Group.
Photo of the qingbao meng mountains.