Re-Engineering the World because the Future is Decarbonized w/ Matt Ward (4Ward.VC)
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Jan 24, 2023
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Today we are joined by Matt Ward the founder and CEO of the 4 Ward VC Accelerator. 

Today we covered a lot of things and it was a super fun conversation coming from yet another incredible individual who had no true background in Climate but decided to make it his life. 

Key topics are...

  • How a mechanical engineer can build a ClimateTech Accelerator
  • Why he chose to be part of the ClimateTech space / how everything will be re-engineered to be carbon neutral or low carbon
  • In his words what it takes to be a ClimateTech entrepreneur 
  • Why he's bullish on Ag & Food, Alt Materials, & Up-cycling & Recycling models

Really free-flowing conversation so dive in - if you're looking for specific topics you can find the topic markers in the show notes.


  • 4:30 Changing from engineering -
  • 7:05 Journey to ESG
  • 9:12 ClimateTech Space
  • 14:25 Bottle Necks
  • 23:04 How they vet members
  • 26:02 Tech Breakthroughs - is it necessary?
  • 29:52 Process working with them
  • 37:32 future / what he's interested in (Ag & Food, Alt Materials, Up-cycling or recycling Models)
  • 44:29 Decarbonization as the Default



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