December 6, 2023 11:00 AM

Climate Tech Portfolio Fund II Final Close Update and Q&A

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Bas van Beijeren
Investment Director
Liza Rubinstein
Co-Founder & Head of Impact

Climate Tech Portfolio Fund II is already 90% full, and therefore nearing its final close around the new year.

To date, we’ve committed to two leading climate funds, At One Ventures and Extantia, which have invested in 11 fast-growing climate tech companies like Reverion (electricity from biogas), Evove (direct lithium extraction), and Gigablue (carbon removal via ocean phytoplankton).

Ultimately, your portfolio will consist of a diverse set of 7-10 world-class climate funds and 150+ climate companies with high impact and returns potential.

Join this webinar to get the latest updates from Liza Rubinstein (Head of Impact) and Bas van Beijeren (Investment Director) on:

  • The current state of climate technology investing
  • The Carbon Equity approach to selecting the best climate technology funds
  • The design of Climate Tech Portfolio Fund II
  • The first two funds, At One Venture and Extantia, and the current fund pipeline

Plus, they will reserve plenty of time for a Q&A session, so come ready with questions!

We look forward to seeing you there!

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