This week Carbon BioCapture LLC joined @accountableimpact for the SDGChallenge DeepDive in partnership with Florida International University Landscape Architecture + Environmental and Urban Design
Our very own Andrea Irarrazaval Olavarria & Francisco De Caso joined a panel of esteemed experts and distinguished speakers from various sectors, including academia, government, technology, policy, and nonprofit. It was an honor to share with the FIU community Carbon BioCapture groundbreaking microalgal carbon capture system.
It was a day of insightful conversations, impactful ideas, and shared visions for building a sustainable future. Key discussions revolved around:
SDG9 Advocating for resilient infrastructure, encouraging sustainable industrialization, and fostering innovation.
SDG11 Envisioning cities and settlements that are inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.
Kudos to our peers who showcased their innovative solutions:
• Jakob Rope Systems, pioneering new standards for industrial architecture.
• FIU College of Arts, Sciences & Education, and more, who continue to push the boundaries in sustainability.
A heartfelt thank you to Accountable Impact for facilitating this exchange of knowledge. Special gratitude to Andrea Irarrazaval Olavarria for not only championing Carbon BioCapture’s vision but also generously sponsoring the event.
We’re genuinely excited about the strides we’re making in leveraging microalgae to mitigate emissions, clean water, and produce biomass. Together, with such collaborative platforms, we are shaping the future generation of sustainability leaders. 🌍💡
Looking forward to future collaborations and fostering impactful innovations!