Sky Ocean Ventures and Ambienta SGR join forces to protect the ocean

Sky Ocean Ventures and Ambienta SGR join forces against single-use plastic. The investment fund launched by Sky to address the ocean plastic crisis and the largest European fund focused on investing in sustainable industry, announce they have signed an agreement aimed at identifying high-impact investments in all those areas involved in the production and use of plastic for a more efficient and environmentally sustainable value chain. To that end, Ambienta will share with Sky Ocean Ventures its proprietary methodologies and practices to assess and measure environmental impact (EIA, Environmental Impact…

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National Geographic and Sky Ocean Ventures Launch Global Search for Alternatives to Single-Use Plastics

National Geographic and Sky Ocean Ventures have launched a global search for innovative solutions to help tackle the world’s single-use plastic problem. The Ocean Plastic Innovation Challenge, a one-year competition, will focus on three strategic ways to address the growing issue of plastic pollution: designing alternatives to single-use plastics, identifying opportunities for industries to address plastic waste throughout supply chains, and communicating the breadth of the issue through data visualization. The Ocean Plastic Innovation Challenge is a key component of National Geographic and Sky Ocean Ventures’ partnership to reduce plastic…

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Sky and National Geographic work together to fight ocean plastic

Sky and National Geographic have announced that they are to join forces in the fight to eradicate the destructive impact of plastic litter in the world’s oceans and that National Geographic will commit $10 million to bring its scientific expertise, grants and media reach to support the activities of Sky Ocean Ventures. Sky Ocean Ventures was launched in March 2018 with a £25 million cornerstone commitment from Sky and the objective of seeking out investment opportunities in businesses that can help solve the ocean plastic crisis. The National Geographic Society…

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