CARBONBASE IS A HK-BASED CLIMATE CHANGE SOFTWARE COMPANY THAT HELPS INDIVIDUALS AND CORPORATES TO MEASURE THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT, REDUCE CO2 EMISSIONS, AND CO-CREATE A BETTER PLANET TOGETHER. OUR VISION IS TO HELP HONG KONG REACH ITS CARBON NEUTRAL BY 2050 GOAL BY HELPING CONNECT AND REWARD BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS FOR TAKING CLIMATE ACTION.
Carbonbase's larger goal is to help empower SMEs and individuals in HK have affordable actions to climate change. We help companies calculate and reduce their emissions, and facilitate them to receive green finance funding, helping them pass on their savings and services to the end consumer. Our two initial verticals are real estate developers and maritime shipping companies. In the long run, we want to build more transparent supply chain, where every product in the future will display its end-to-end carbon emissions, enabling more conscious consumption by empowering the citizens to align their purchase with carbon neutral goals.
Carbonbase is founded by a team of talented and passionate technologists, designers, community builders and financial industry veterans.
Blockchain/data scientist in Silicon Valley; VC investor in Richard Li’s family office
1st cohort of Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University
Graduated from Brown University
PhD candidate at HKUST
Deloitte M&A Advisory covering tech deals (6 years)
Impact Investor at a US-based fund focusing on funding women social entrepreneurs
Graduated from UC Berkeley
BEng(Computer Science) from HKU, Minor in Finance
Previously was the UXUI Designer and Full Stack Developer at FlyFarm International, a regenerative agri-tech startup.
Ali Sanzhar M.
BEng in Computer Science at HKU
Previously worked at RISKSIS, a HK-based startup applying Big Data , Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain innovations to production systems in various industries.
CARBONBASE IS SUPPORTED BY WORLD CLASS ADVISORS
Former Economic Advisor to Ban Ki Moon, Director of the Office of the Special Adviser on the 2030 Agenda for SDG in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
World Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development