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Massive Earth Foundation announces fourth edition of climate tech accelerator LowCarbon.Earth

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The Massive Earth Foundation (MEF), in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), has launched the fourth edition of the Low Carbon Earth Accelerator (LCE) program, LowCarbon.Earth 2024.

LCE empowers climate tech startups in the Asia-Pacific region to tackle the shared challenges of climate change, nature loss, and pollution.

For the 2024 program, LCE seeks applications from startups that are working in clean air, agri-food, sustainable mobility, digital innovation, renewable energy, and plastic pollution.

Women-led startups and startups that are women-focused and that benefit underserved communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Led by Shailesh Vickram Singh, LCE equips startups with the tools and connections needed to scale their innovative solutions. It offers online training workshops, virtual bootcamps, mentorship sessions, networking events, and seminars. Additionally, finalists get an opportunity to pitch to potential investors and receive one-on-one mentorship from industry leaders in a demonstration-day finale.

The 2023 edition of LCE saw the participation of 67 startups, 14 of which made it to the finale. The finalists included seven women founders.

The Massive Earth Foundation (MEF) is a non-profit organization building a climate tech ecosystem by uniting investors, VCs, founders, startups, policy makers, and institutions into a vibrant synergy.

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