Voyager invests in early-stage climate technology companies creating the foundation of a decarbonized global economy and a livable future for all.
The Founders, Sierra & Sarah, bring 28 years of collective experience in climate stabilization. They have founded and built climate technology unicorns, crafted climate policy at the Obama White House Office of Energy and Climate Change, and since 2015 personally invested in climate technology companies. Voyager is their life’s work.
Gourmey is reimagining meat for an uncompromising and conscious generation. Creating poultry delights from cell cultivation that are as generous to people as they are to the planet.
With their first flagship product, cultivated foie gras, they are honouring culinary traditions and heritage while looking to the future.
Kost is a food product development company ran by the wonderful trio of Gastro-physician Louise Beck Brønnum, former Michelin Chef, Peter Nøhr, and food historian Asmus Gamdrup. Together they focus on substance by bringing gastronomy, physics, and history into developing next generation food products.
Alongside product development, Kost is actively involved in developing local food cultures and educate the next generation into the wonders of food.
Climate Change. Plastic Pollution. Water shortages. Planet A Ventures supports founders tackling the world‘s largest environmental problems.
Planet A Ventures provide early stage funding and mentoring to highly scalable green tech companies – while measuring and forecasting the positive environmental impact of a start-up as our central metric of success.
New Yorks first-ever cannabis cocktails. Made for the makers, shakers & risk takers. Active cocktails for active moods. Without alcohol and hang-overs and low on calories.
Because ‘life’s too short to cruise in the slow lane’ according to the Flyers founders Miles, Lewie and Damien.
Based on +20 years of SaaS revenue operation experience, Laura & Werner, has build the platform and benchmark metric, Growth Efficiency Metric, they have always been missing, and we have too.
Lative enables SaaS companies to understand their headcount performance and predict their revenue on multiple dimensions in real time with precision and accuracy. Ultimately supporting better management decisions on when, where and what product to invest in to grow efficiently.
Mash Makes use automated machines that are able to produce bio oil, hydrogen and electricity from agricultural waste, with the main byproduct of this process being biochar – a soil amendment that actively absorbs CO2 from the atmosphere. Biochar can then be used to enrich the soil and support the growth of plants.
The aim is to create impact where it is needed which is the exact reason why their machines are created to fit into shipping containers, that can be easily set up on practically any straight and solid surface.
2150 back tech entrepreneurs with Constructive Capital. So they can reimagine and reshape the Urban Stack, for good. By building companies that leverage structural shifts, kill inefficiencies, remove pain points and enhance environmental upside. And have the potential to benefit billions of people, create billions in commercial value and lower gigatons of emissions.
We know the good people behind 2150 and enjoy working alongside them at Normative as well.
Seasony is on a mission of making the future of vertical farming more scaleable, profitable, and sustainable via their fully autonomous robot Watney.
By automating the core processes in vertical farming with a modular autonomous mobile robot — Seasony® reduces labor cost and increase yields by increased monitoring.
To help ideas grow Ark offers custom growth loans that helps founders protect equity through intelligent AI growth forecasting.
With a great team and a well timed alternative and addition to the traditional VC investment, Ark was welcomed by the market.