Can we trust capitalism to solve climate change?
At TC Sessions: Climate 2022 last week, we tackled an age-old question: Are corporations really that bad?
How one founder is teaching enterprises how to be truly accountable for their climate footprint
This week, Persefoni co-founder and CEO Kentaro Kawamori is joining us to talk about his climate tech startup that aims at helping asset managers, banks and other financial institutions measure their
Climate accounting platform Persefoni raises $101M Series B led by Prelude and TPG
There’s nothing like an increasing level of regulations to create spaces for new startups to appear, especially in SaaS. Asset managers, banks and other financial institutions need to calculate thei
Persefoni’s carbon accounting platform raises $9.7 million
The carbon accounting and management platform Persefoni now has $9.7 million more in funding to support its international expansion, product development and recruitment efforts. The round, led by Rice
New markets emerge for carbon accounting businesses as cities like LA push proposals
Earlier this month, Los Angeles became the latest city to task its various departments with prepping a feasibility study for deploying new software and monitoring technologies to better account for it
The biggest step the Biden administration took on climate yesterday wasn’t rejoining the Paris Agreement
While the Biden administration is being celebrated for its decision to rejoin the Paris Agreement in one of its first executive orders after President Joe Biden was sworn in, it wasn’t the bigge
Persefoni launches with $3.5 million and a carbon accounting system for big business
Kentaro Kawamori and Jason Offerman, the co-founders of new startup Persefoni, which aims to make carbon reporting easier for large corporations, know a few things about carbon emissions. The two men