The Challenge: How do we empower individuals to address and prepare for a changing climate?
The climate crisis is one of the most important societal challenges of our time. The pandemic is proof that clearer air, cleaner water, and healthier ecosystems are achievable if we act now. As the world begins to recover, it is critical that we don’t just return to the ways of doing things as before; we must continue taking climate actions to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change. To reach the goals of the Paris Agreement, we all must use this moment to find and develop collective and innovative solutions. We must work together in building a better, more sustainable, future.
Deloitte is committed to addressing climate change both within the organization and beyond, having recently launched their strategic initiative, WorldClimate, which aims to deliver on this global ambition. As part of this commitment, Deloitte is proud to support the Lead2030 Challenge for SDG13. Through this challenge Deloitte seeks to empower passionate people finding meaningful and innovative ways of tackling climate change. This Challenge called for bold solutions that reduce impacts of climate change and/or empower others to act on climate change.
Greenfluidics is a Mexican biotechnology startup founded in 2018 with a vision of a world with green and sustainable cities, where buildings are more energy efficient and provide the well-being and health people deserve.
Greenfluidics’ innovative technology, the intelligent solar biopanel, is a multi-purpose system that generates energy while cleaning the air.
These biopanels are based on the use of microalgae, providing functional and sustainable aesthetics that help clean the air like trees, combining nature and technology in the same system, through a triangular geometry that provides energy efficiency, design and intelligent environmental monitoring that helps to revalue the area.
Greenfluidics has achieved several alliances and recognitions in the UK, Germany, Switzerland and the Middle East, as well as from relevant institutions as the GGGI, UN, G20 and MIT, in order to accelerate the development of our technology and transform the buildings of the most populated cities into lungs.
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