Startup Stories - Philip Ireland (Hone Carbon)

15 Sep 2021 from 8:00am - 9:00am

Phil Ireland

Phil has spent the last ten years leading teams and solving problems in policy, climate change, communications and research. He's now leading climate impact focused tech startup, Hone Carbon. Phil and his team are addressing the technical barrier to soil carbon sequestration projects by designing and deploying world-leading soil carbon measurement solutions.

Hone Carbon have attracted significant investment and are rapidly scaling their solutions to customers in Australia, and around the world, unlocking the potential for carbon storage in Australia’s agricultural environments.

Join us for Startup Stories and hear how the Hone Carbon team are leveraging their bespoke sensor technology to enable carbon sequestration in the fight against climate change.

Event is free but bookings essential.

Order of Proceedings

8:00AM - Zoom webinar commences

8:05AM - Housekeeping and introduction

8:10AM - Overview from Philip Ireland

8:20AM - Participant submitted Q&A

8:50AM - Additional Q&A with live audience

9:00AM - Event concludes

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Location
  • I2N Virtual Hub, Zoom
Contact
  • i2n@newcastle.edu.au

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