By: Jacob Bro
Nobody likes a draft. Not in the living room nor at the office. But it isn’t just people. As we have learned during our ongoing deep dive into building energy efficiency, our planet is the biggest sufferer of air leakages.
To understand why, consider the simple math:
In management, the old saying goes that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure.”
This remains true for your organisation, your local government, and it holds true for all the companies in the world that together generate over two thirds of global carbon emissions.
Announcing the oversubscribed final close of 2150’s first fund and five initial investments with the potential to mitigate 1.6 gigatonnes of CO2.
Next time you walk past a building site and see a crane in operation… envision hundreds of cars worth of air pollution and hundreds of tons of CO2 emissions. …
The world needs to build — bridges, roads, railways, energy infrastructure- and we need to build more efficiently and sustainably. McKinsey estimates that we need to invest $3.5 trillion into infrastructure per year through 2035 to keep up with expected GDP growth…
Our ambition with 2150 is to identify the big problems of our built world and to identify technologies that can help address them. No problem is bigger for our cities -or our planet - than our global addiction to cement and concrete.
By: Jacob Bro
Why investing across the Urban Stack is the biggest lever for creating a sustainable future as well as one of the largest economic opportunities in the world today.
Today we unveil 2150, a €200 million venture capital fund that seeks to back the technologies that will make our urban environment more efficient, resilient and sustainable.