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Lithos Carbon

Agriculture is both contributing to the climate crisis and being negatively impacted by it. According to the USDA, agriculture is responsible for more than 10% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, changes in temperature and rainfall as [...]  Read more

Anthro Energy

From the electrification of end-uses such as vehicles and heating to storage supporting intermittent renewables, many emission-reduction efforts rely heavily on lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. But today’s batteries are not up to the task. They are not designed to be as [...]  Read more

Molten Industries

The first time I met Kevin Bush and Caleb Boyd was at their garage, conveniently located in Kevin’s backyard. In that small garage, their curiosity was massive. The two experimented with everything from producing green cement to building a direct [...]  Read more

XFuel

Co-authored with Nick Grossman Transportation, including road, rail, air, and marine, has a greater reliance on fossil fuels than any other sector. It accounts for 37% of CO2 emissions from end-uses. Electrification has been the preferred strategy to decarbonize small [...]  Read more

Brilliant Planet

Co-authored by John Buttrick Of the world’s 2,000 largest public companies, at least 21% now have net-zero commitments. For most of these companies, even with significant emissions reduction, carbon offsetting will be essential to achieving their goals. In fact, all [...]  Read more

Joining Union Square Ventures

Some of you in the USV network might know me. My USV journey started in March 2021. I worked on the USV climate fund while doing my MBA. This month, I'm officially joining the investment team full-time in New York. [...]  Read more