Welcome to Carbon13’s webinar, open to scientists, developers and engineers ready to focus on the biggest challenges and contribute to the global effort to reach Net Zero and build a venture that can credibly, measurably and significantly reduce CO2e emissions.
Whether you’re already working on a Net Zero solution or are new to entrepreneurship, this webinar will be an introduction to the opportunities in the Net Zero space, how to develop the solutions - and make them investable through Carbon13’s Venture Builder.
Carbon13’s eight-month Venture Builder programme supports a cohort of 50 founders to form cofounding teams and develop their ideas into a commercially successful venture capable of reducing emissions by millions of tonnes.
NB this webinar is tailored to those who come from a technical background. If you have a commercial background, then you’ll find our “Introduction to Carbon13 for commercial founders” webinar more helpful.
If you are ready to start building a venture with CO2e emissions reduction as its purpose, then our webinar will demonstrate how Carbon13 supports founders to build high growth startups, including:
There is only one requirement to apply for Carbon13: the absolute commitment to reducing emissions through a scalable venture.
If you want to play your part in saving the climate and spend your time on making a meaningful impact, then you should apply to Carbon13.
When you join Carbon13 you join a cohort of 50 founders who are all as dedicated to reducing emissions as you are. Each person has proven to us that they have the potential to build a high growth startup, and collectively they form a cohort with diversity at its core. This means a cohort which reflects the diversity of our society, and which also draws on every corner of the economy. The challenges of Net Zero are so complex, that people from every industry and sector are needed to come together to find those world-changing ideas.
Check out what current cohort members say about us, to help you decide if you should join us:
“It’s easy to have ideas, it’s really difficult to get them to the point of investability. That's why I'm super pleased to be on Carbon13 because it's going to help get through those initial stages.” Amyas Phillips – Technical Founder
“I wanted to join Carbon13 to create a climate change focused startup, to have an impact on my life and on others and to challenge our generation to be better than our actions and to treasure our finite resources.” - Ahrum Pak – Venture Catalyst Founder
"I'd like to build a business that proves that having sustainable goals at your heart can make you more economically successful." - Vanessa Macdougall – Commercial Founder
If you want to learn more about our current cohort take a look at our Meet the Cohort page.
Please send our webinars and venture builder to anyone and everyone strongly motivated by the climate emergency, who believes as we do in the potential for entrepreneurship to be one of the vectors for change that our planet needs.
To fight the climate emergency, we need our best minds working on innovative solutions and we intend to support them every way we can. In particular, we support talented people such as:
Carbon13 is the venture builder for the climate emergency.
We are selecting and supporting 1000 entrepreneurs over 5 years who will build scalable ventures with the potential to reduce carbon emissions by over 400 million tons per annum.
We strongly believe that startup innovation is necessary to save the planet. Everyone who has the talent to make a difference to the climate emergency should be channelling that talent into the one great effort that humanity most needs.
Without entrepreneurs, we won’t get enough innovation to solve this problem and we won’t get it fast enough. This is what drives everyone at Carbon13, and has led us to create the venture builder to support entrepreneurs to achieve the high growth ventures that can make a meaningful impact on carbon emissions.
The biggest challenges in Net Zero and how to make them investable through Carbon13.Register Now