12 Scotland-based climate entrepreneurs came together at ECCI today for the boot camp for ClimateLaunchpad 2018, the global green ideas competition.
Edinburgh and Shanghai Jiao Tong Universities have deepened their commitment to China’s first low carbon college, with expert input from ECCI.
The funding, from EU innovation agency EIT Climate-KIC, will be used to to deliver cutting-edge low carbon projects and business support programmes in 2018.
As ECCI hosts PR Fest, speaker Betsy Reed explains why it's crucial the sector takes a lead on communicating environmental issues effectively.
Five cutting-edge start-ups hoping to make their millions from climate innovations are starting their journey on the prestigious Climate-KIC Accelerator Stage 2 at ECCI.
Start-up MiAlgae, which is progressing through the three-stage Climate-KIC Accelerator programme at ECCI, has received funding from investors.
ECCI’s Head of Enterprise & Innovation Ed Craig has been shortlisted for the “Inspirational Business Leader” award by The Committee of Causeway.
ClimateXChange, Scotland’s centre of expertise connecting climate change research and policy, has received total funding of nearly £2 million for the next 12 months.
ECCI start-ups have scooped two of the five top prizes at Bright Red Sparks.
Keen to apply for ClimateLaunchpad 2018? Dr Monika Tomecka, uFraction8 founder and Scottish ClimateLaunchpad top ten finalist 2017, shares her story.