“Hatching Brilliant Ideas For The Planet”

Girls Love Tech is a proud media companion of HATCH Taronga Accelerator Programme, and I used to be privileged to be one of many mentors. I’d love you to hitch in on the free on-line HATCH Pitch Occasion to listen to from these inspiring founders. Put Tuesday 10th November at 6.00pm and Register right here.

However first discover out extra from Danielle Fryday, the Neighborhood Conservation and Engagement Workplace for HATCH Taronga Accelerator Programme, She has written about 5 of the superb begin ups and founders who’re a part of the organisation’s first accelerator programme.

This yr 2020 will go down within the historical past books for a lot of causes. Whereas this yr has introduced a variety of unhappiness and battle for many individuals, like many challenges it additionally had silver linings for a lot of together with an opportunity to step off the busy treadmill of life and reassess priorities and an elevated consciousness of the environmental considerations we face as a worldwide group. 

At Taronga Conservation Society Australia, 2020 has additionally introduced its challenges, however one of many highlights has been the inaugural HATCH: Taronga Accelerator Program. HATCH is all about hatching good concepts for the planet. It’s a 14-week accelerator program that helps folks with modern initiatives that handle present environmental or conservation points. This system gives schooling, mentoring and peer help to assist members to develop, check and launch their initiatives.

HATCH Taronga Accelerator Programme

The primary HATCH Program has supported ten passionate founders to develop 5 thrilling initiatives that can allow larger sustainability outcomes in our on a regular basis lives. It has been a privilege to help these groups and so inspiring to see them persevere by means of the whole lot this yr has thrown at them. Their tenacity and dedication has been exceptional as they chase the imaginative and prescient of a greener future.

Under are the 5 unimaginable HATCH ventures which are shaping a extra sustainable future:

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  • Each Drop, based by Samantha Moody – Giving Australians the instruments to take cost of their water, enhance their communities’ local weather resilience and guaranteeing all of us have honest and equitable entry to water immediately and tomorrow.
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Learn in regards to the founders of Good-Edi right here
  • Good-Edi, based by Catherine Hutchins and Aniyo Rahebi – An edible and actually biodegradable espresso cup; a espresso expertise that’s good for you and the planet.
  • PoopLoop, based by James Lyle, Samuel Hughes, James Chan and Sam Quinn – A community-based composting system turning canine poo from a waste product right into a priceless native useful resource.
  • RePlated, based by Naomi Tarszisz –  A really round reusable takeaway container system constructed from recycled PET, dedicated to creating single-use historical past.
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  • TOMbag, based by Aleksandra (Sasha) and Johnathan Pestano – On a mission to rid the world of single-use rubbish luggage with their sustainable and useful world first reusable rubbish bag.
Hatch Taronga Accelerator Programme

Please be part of us on Tuesday 10th November at 6.00pm for the free on-line HATCH Pitch Occasion to listen to from and have fun these inspiring founders. On the evening you should have the chance to vote to your favorite crew within the Individuals’s Selection Award, and discover out which crew will likely be awarded the HATCH main funding grant! Register right here.

Taronga Conservation Society Australia and IBM Partnership

Environment Minister Matt Kean, IBM A/NZ Managing Director Katrina Troughton, and TCSA Chief Executive and Director, Cameron Kerr
Atmosphere Minister Matt Kean, IBM A/NZ Managing Director Katrina Troughton, and TCSA Chief Government and Director, Cameron Kerr

In separate information immediately, the NSW Minister for Atmosphere The Hon. Matt Kean MP introduced a collaboration between IBM and the Taronga Conservation Society Australia (TCSA) to enhance crucial conservation efforts throughout the state. 

With nearly 1000 species throughout NSW prone to extinction, the TCSA will use a prototype developed by IBM to observe the impacts of climate and local weather modifications on native habitats, giving researchers the data wanted to plan forward for wildlife safety. Created by consultants volunteering for IBM’s Service Corps professional bono consulting program, the prototype will function with the assistance of IBM’s cloud, knowledge and analytics expertise.

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