AgTech startups have been changing the agricultural and farming landscape by digitalizing an industry that has changed little in over a century. We are also at an unprecedented time in history where climate change poses the largest threat to our security and safety as a planet.
How can AgTech work within the environment to alleviate, not contribute to Climate Change?
In this context, the Rinnovation group is proud to participate in the NYC CLIMATE WEEK and co-host an event with GKH Law Offices: Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg, Shenhav & Co. & GrowingIL of Israel Innovation Institute. The online event is scheduled on Wed, September 23, 2020.
It will cover how AgTech startups tackle climate challenges as part of the Food & Land theme. A panel of Israeli/American entrepreneurs, investors, and experts will discuss the ways AgTech startups around the world are tackling and successfully solving global climate challenges.
- Michal Devir: Michal is the Co-Founder & Managing General Partner at Rimonim VC, a VC specializing in AgTech investments.
- Sarai Kemp: Sarai is VP Business Development at Trendlines, an AgTech investment fund, and incubator.
- Israel Talpaz: Israel is the Co-Founder & CEO at SeeTree, a precision agriculture startup.
- Roy Livneh: Roy is CBO at PlantArcBio, a biotech startup.
Shelley Golan: Shelley is the Managing Partner USA at Rinnovation Group; Vice President, NYC Agriculture Collective and Producer, NYC AGTECH WEEK.
Revenues from the event will be donated to the climate week group.