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CV Mornings: Conversations with climate solutions innovators

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CV Mornings: Conversations with climate solutions innovators


Climate Ventures Mornings is a chance to come hear from the city’s top climate entrepreneurs and leaders. You’ll gain a greater understanding of the different ways in which we can tackle the climate crisis, and hear some pretty inspiring personal stories along the way.  

Wednesday, April 3rd, we’re featuring the three winners from the Agents of Change: Climate Solutions Pitch Night:

Arian Shahnazari of Biopolynet

Biopolynet is a cleantech company specialized in developing innovative bioproducts. Our BioNanoCoil is a solution for the treatment and recovery of tailings in oil sands, mining, and agriculture.

Dihan Chandra of Spent Goods Company

The Spent Goods Company transforms food waste into value: used coffee grinds into clothing, and brewer’s waste into bricks, animal feed, and mushroom farms.

Ben Walters of FeedBack App

Feedback is a mobile platform that allows customers to access great food for less while reducing food waste by offering time specific promotions.

The Centre for Social Innovation’s Climate Ventures (climateventures.org) is home to the entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders working on climate solutions and climate justice. We provide them with coworking, community, and services to accelerate their success and amplify their impact. From farming to fashion, our members are building the low-carbon economy and a better future for all.  

Come check out the Climate Ventures space and hear from our three award-winning Agents of Change over coffee and a baked good!



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