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Airly among 50 startups helping governments go green

Airly has been featured among 50 startups helping governments across the world go green in the new #StatesRegenerate report by StateUp.

#StatesRegenerate is a multidisciplinary report on government decarbonisation and technology innovation, featuring expert insights from Steve Unger (Geospatial Commission), Cristina Peñasco (Bennett Institute for Public Policy), Phil Bernstein (Yale School of Architecture), Sam Gilbert, Rehema Sophia Msulwa, Michael Gilmont ( Oxford Martin School) Paolo Turrini University of Warwick) and companies like: Green City Solutions GmbH, The Future Fox, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction, Carbfix, Desolenator, Carbon Engineering Ltd., ICEYE, GREENbimlabs, Bboxx, Moixa, Urban Footprint, Jupiter Intelligence, OroraTech and Geospatial Commission.

You can download the #StatesRegenerate report HERE.

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