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✨ Join Homeworld Collective for an introduction to the field of climate biotechnology. This session is specifically tailored for professionals in or adjacent to biotech, with a special focus on the scientific community.

Biology harbors untapped potential to revolutionize our approach to climate change and sustainability. From sequestering greenhouse gasses to ensuring food security, from crafting sustainable fabrics to innovating in mining and mineral extraction, biotechnology is poised to provide impactful, enduring solutions. It's time to shift the perception of biotech beyond just health and pharmaceuticals to embrace its crucial role in achieving lasting climate solutions.

✅ What can you expect?

During this hour-long, interactive virtual session, you'll gain insights into cutting-edge biotechnological applications that address climate challenges. Explore various pathways to get involved in the field and join a collaborative discussion with fellow attendees to tackle the pressing issues that stand at the forefront of climate biotech.

Come prepared to learn, discuss, and be inspired to become part of the global shift towards gigaton-scale climate solutions through biotechnology!

🗣️ Speaker Daniel Goodwin, Executive Director, Co Founder, Homeworld Collective


👀 About Homeworld Collective

Homeworld Collective is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit igniting the growth of climate biotechnology. Hinged on the values of community building, knowledge creation, and converting ideas into action through accessible funding, Homeworld Collective is the go-to source for talented scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, and funders committed to maximizing the impact of climate biotechnology for planetary health.

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