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Sustainability

Mitsubishi Chemical backs Greentown Labs’ climate challenge

by Craig Bettenhausen
November 21, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 45

 

Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings and the US climate-focused tech incubator Greentown Labs are inviting start-ups working on alternative proteins, plastics recycling, and the prevention of food loss to apply for their Kaiteki Challenge collaboration. The start-ups selected will receive $25,000 in grant funding for proof-of-concept work. Successful start-ups will have the attention of a potential customer in Mitsubishi, which says the program is a part of an effort to shift its products and supply chains to a more sustainable footing.

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