Here’s something that worries me. I spend a significant amount of time writing about startup companies and over the last year or so I’ve taken a special interest in businesses that are addressing climate and sustainability issues.
But here’s the question. Given the scale of and scope of the environmental problems that afflict our planet, should we really be turning to entrepreneurs for solutions? Yes, we all know that from a VC perspective, the ideal startup is one that provides a workable solution for a big problem. But aren’t some problems simply too big? Isn’t it the case that the only bodies capable of truly addressing issues such
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