Le 21 février dernier, à l’occasion de la conférence Women4Climate, mouvement créé en 2017 rassemblant des femmes qui apportent, partout dans le monde, une solution concrète et pragmatique face au défi climatique, l’israélienne Inna Braverman, cofondatrice de la société Eco Wave Power a été récompensée pour sa solution d’électricité issue des vagues.
At home or abroad, in their living rooms or in the board room, women around the world are doing more than challenging the status quo – they're downright shattering it. In observance of International Women's Day, we handpicked some of our most notable, admirable and unstoppable women from Israel who inspire, awaken and teach us all.
In celebration of this year's International Women's Day we're highlighting some of the greatest women of the 21st Century. See if you agree with our list - are there any others you think should be included? I'm sure we've missed some greats, so let us know and we'll add your nominations.
The cleantech sector is still overrepresented by men. Indeed, most cleantech startups are based on science, such as physics, chemistry, engineering, which are areas of studies where women are still underrepresented.
The world’s first Port & Maritime Accelerator, PortXL, now in its fourth year, recently completed its Rotterdam program with the conclusion of the selection days, the climax of a year-long scouting process.
Inna Braverman, Founder of Eco Wave Power, was the winner of the C40 Women4Climate Tech Challenge, an international contest which was open to women designing innovative, climate-focused tech solutions.