Discover how Carbon13 supports female founders to build climate startups to reduce carbon emissions by millions of tonnes.
Welcome to Carbon13’s webinar for (prospective) founders who are passionate about climate innovation and want to build a startup to reduce GHG emissions.
Together with Berlin 1 founder Gabriela Timerman, we talk about her decision-making process towards climate tech entrepreneurship, her experiences in the programme and the challenges she faces as a female founder.
Experienced maritime executive with 15+ years in the industry, focusing on energy transition and sustainability. Holds a B.A. in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the University of São Paulo (POLI/USP), conducted research at the TPN-USP and MARIN, worked at Golar LNG, Excelerate Energy, and Petrobras. Currently, a Board Member at EcoSea, CEO of Mardeca, a cleantech startup specializing in ship efficiency retrofitting, part of Carbon13 and Homeward Bound initiatives. Also serves as an advisor to Japan Blue Energy Co. Advocates for a zero-emissions shipping industry.
Carbon13 is a response to the climate emergency. We recognise that despite the increasing number of commitments to net zero emissions, there is still uncertainty on how to deliver. There are existing technologies to deploy but we also require innovation to reinvent the rules and therefore reimagine what is possible.
Carbon13 is not just about investing in a few startups, it is about harnessing the entrepreneurial spirit. That means engaging with academia, business, policy makers, NGOs, consumers, new standards and finance. We need pioneers across the spectrum and that is where our community is critical to the success of our ventures and the transformation we need to see.