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Forest Trees

By developing plant-based materials, we contribute simultaneously

to valorizing natural, agricultural and food resources, reducing GHG emissions,

and building local and circular value-chains.

Plant-based plastics and resins, at the centre of a triple challenge...

  • Climate change: plant-based plastics and resins make it possible to avoid using oil to produce materials. Moreover, once created, these materials store CO2 taken from the atmosphere by plants. A double benefit!

  • The circularity of materials and regional loops: Based on renewable raw materials and distributed worldwide, bio-sourced plastics allow local value chains to emerge, eliminating long-distance transport, relocating jobs, and valorizing local resources. We particularly aim at using agricultural and food wastes.

  • Solutions to emerge: Through the mobilization of R&D skills and resources and the mobilization of the players in the sector

The ecological transition must allow bio-based and renewable resources to replace depleted resources. To that end, solutions must combine decarbonization, competitiveness, use efficiency.

CLIMICALS is focused on these challenges.

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CLIMICALS is one of the six start-ups enrolled in the first cohort of 2 Degrés incubator.

Sharing experience with other start-ups, being mentored and gaining easier access to the innovation ecosystem, is indeed a great boost for CLIMICALS. 

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