What’s it all about?
Impact! Climate science, behaviour change, story telling and combating FUD! I loved this conversation with climate scientist Dr Lindsey Higgins. Bringing her talents, passion, and education to bear at one of the leading seed impact VCs, Pale Blue Dot, Lindsey shares her journey, her insights and her cats ears for an inspiring and entertaining conversation.
About Lindsey Higgins:
Lindsey Higgins is a climate scientist and communications specialist from Buffalo, New York, USA. She received her PhD from Stockholm University in Physical Geography, where her research focused on human-environment interactions around climate change and freshwater resources. Today, Lindsey is Head of Climate Insights at the early-stage venture capital firm Pale blue dot in Sweden. Her work focuses on understanding the science behind climate tech innovations to help guide investment strategies and decisions, and she is passionate about bridging gaps between research and the entrepreneurial world. In 2022, Lindsey was named one of the nine people who mattered in European climate tech by Sifted.
About Pale blue dot:
Pale blue dot is a €87M seed-stage venture capital firm, investing in climate tech startups that reduce and reverse the climate crisis and help us prepare for a new world. Pale blue dot is based in Malmö, Sweden, and invests in early stage companies in Europe and the US.
About Hyperion Executive Search:
Hyperion are a specialist executive search firm working with some of the most innovative cleantech companies in the world, helping to find extraordinary talent to enable their growth and success. Partnering with leading cleantech VCs, as well as directly with founders and entrepreneurs in the sector. With our clients we are transforming business and growing a strong and prosperous cleantech economy.
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