by Johnny Stormonth-Darling
By Nick Lyth
By Antoine Pradayrol
Tackling global warming and climate change, by supporting businesses that develop solutions to cut greenhouse gas emissions, and more generally that help the environment. That is Green Angel Syndicate’s core mission – and we are determined to make the largest possible positive impact.
But what is this impact? How can we measure it? In our view, it must be measured as the impact that our portfolio companies are making, as a group. Indeed, this aggregate impact is what Green Angel Syndicate Members’ investments are making possible, by helping these companies grow.
By Nick Lyth
By Rachel Owen
Clothing that is hardly worn and rarely recycled represents a global opportunity worth $500 billion a year. As customers call for the fashion industry to clean up its act, new entrants and existing players are causing major disruption in this fast-moving sector.
Our 26th September pitch event at Urban Innovation Centre in Clerkenwell, London, was packed with more than 90 attendees and a fantastic line-up of five companies. The companies represented very different sectors, from buildings to industry to electric vehicles to online second-hand shopping. However, all of them had not only a very strong investment case but also a very clear contribution to make to solving the climate crisis – so all were perfectly aligned with Green Angel Syndicate’s objectives: