One of our members, Steven Hobé, published an interview with Climate Ventures Director Barnabe Geis in Impakter.
“I personally see Climate Ventures as having two meanings. The first and more obvious one is a venture as an enterprise or start-up. The second is venture as in a risky or daring journey or undertaking. Humanity is on this journey right now where we must reimagine and evolve our economy and culture, and the stakes could not be higher. We’re contemplating a world that will be unable to sustain a thriving life for my children or their children or even possibly hardly any life at all. A world of dead oceans, droughts, floods, heatwaves, forest fires, crop failures, and other calamities. So we must be daring! We must take risks. We must be steadfast. And we must be brave… Our members embody this every day, and I believe this is our opportunity to evolve in positive and astonishing ways as a species.”
Read about how Climate Ventures got started and where it’s headed in the full article.