Confronting climate change: How start-ups down under are securing a sustainable future

In a challenging fundraising environment, a combination of overseas and local investment is positioning itself to spur some of the most innovative climate tech start-ups in Australia and New Zealand.

Angel investor Mick Liubinskas is one of those on a mission to help Australia’s climate tech start-ups cultivate their global aspirations.

The founder of Climate Salad is hoping that the country’s climate tech founders can raise almost A$1.5 billion $1 billion in the 2023-24 financial year.

He started Climate Salad two years ago as a blog and monthly newsletter. Today, it is a community of 400 companies, 100 mentors, 60 investors and 35 partners to bring what is a new industry to scale.

“Climate tech is considered to be quite a new industry and investment typically increases after a lot of success. We saw...

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