By developing plant-based materials, we contribute simultaneously
to valorizing natural 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 that may be residual.
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.
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.