Project Coordinator, Expert Programme & Community at Solar Impulse Foundation
The use of efficient solutions to meet the climate crisis and do it profitably
On the 22nd of September 2021
From 14H50 to 15H20 (CEST)
If governments and businesses are to move forward and achieve more ambitious energy and environmental programs, they will need to do so without compromising economic growth. With this in mind, the Solar Impulse Foundation has put in place a labelling scheme that, since 2018, has identified 1000+ clean and profitable solutions. It has also created the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions, a network that brings together over 3000 clean technology players, using the power of synergies to achieve carbon neutrality.
Addressing environmental challenges requires a multi-stakeholder effort. Therefore, we are working more and more to develop collaborations with governments, institutions and large companies to give them practical tools to reconcile ecology and economy and prove that solving climate change – rather than an expensive problem – is a fantastic market opportunity.
It’s time to use these Efficient Solutions to make our world cleaner and boost economic growth.