Forde, 24 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EarlyBirds.io, the company that developed a unique open innovation ecosystem platform, has proven to be the fastest way for early adopters to solve their business and technical challenges and for innovators to bring their new solutions to market.
The company’s open innovation ecosystem platform has earned a reputation for helping companies and innovators succeed in these aspects due to the diversity of industries in which it works. This even includes areas that are rapidly becoming mainstream like climate change due to the role that innovative technologies will play in this rapidly emerging sector. To help countries and organizations meet climate change goals and compliance requirements, EarlyBirds has released a cutting-edge innovation map for Net Zero using the power of its ecosystem platform. open innovation.
A bulletin entitled “Technology and the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change)” published by the organization specifically stated that “We cannot fight climate change without technology”. This important bulletin explained how technology will play an important role as countries set rules under the Paris Agreement which aims to limit the increase in global average temperature to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. . Once climate targets are set, countries and companies will need to quantify, reduce and monitor their emissions; something that can be complex, time-consuming, and open to error. UNFCCC members highlighted in the newsletter that selecting the right technologies can help companies simplify the process and also make it more efficient, transparent and efficient.
The company’s co-founder and CEO, Kris Poria, says this is where their world-leading EarlyBirds Innovation Map for Net Zero can play an important role. Their Net Zero Innovation Map follows an approach developed by EarlyBirds where technology topics are broken down into related themes and sub-themes. This innovation map is designed to help any organization adopt technology to achieve Net-Zero goals and further reduce greenhouse gas production. The unique Net Zero Innovation Map is dynamically populated with relevant technologies drawn from over 4 million global startups, scale-ups and mature innovators needed for climate change adaptation and mitigation. He adds that in addition to this, the themes and sub-themes of the Net Zero Innovation map have been adapted from the “taxonomy of climate change technology” created by the remarkable work of the UNEP DTU partnership between the Collaborating Center of United Nations Environment (UNEP), Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Green Technology Center (GTC), Seoul, Korea.
This taxonomy was created in support of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which, as previously stated, strongly believes that innovative and new technologies are the key solutions needed to respond to climate change. This new EarlyBirds Innovation Map for Net Zero can help companies select the right technologies and comply with climate control mandates or become a leader in this space can be viewed here at https://earlybirds.io/open_innovation_maps #Net%20Zero.
Poria went on to state that the EarlyBirds Net Zero Innovation Map is an interactive map that displays all relevant technology innovators associated with NetZero in themes (categories) or sub-themes (technology scope). It follows UNEP’s DTU and GTC classification approach, including the technologies needed to enable climate change adoption, greenhouse gas mitigation and multidisciplinary technology convergence category. By clicking on a theme or sub-theme, the results are displayed in an interactive dashboard that can be filtered by business and financial maturity, and by location. Themes can also be searched by keywords when searching for a specific ability. Additional features of the EarlyBirds platform are available to support innovation projects, solution curation and to build an innovation pipeline.
Jeff Penrose, co-founder and COO of EarlyBirds, added that he is proud that his open innovation ecosystem platform can be adopted in many ways to help society address key issues. such as climate change. He said the EarlyBirds team will continue to be a company known for focusing on much more than their bottom line as we strive to find even more new ways to use their ecosystem platform. open innovation for the benefit of society as a whole. . More information about this can be found on the company’s website here at https://earlybirds.io/en/early_adopt.
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