The first early-stage strategy in Australia to seamlessly combine climate and nature technology.


The world is mobilising around the climate and nature crises, disrupting markets and surfacing new opportunities.

$202 trillion in global investment is required to achieve net zero and preserve nature, on pathways that require new breakthrough technologies and solutions.

As corporations move to decarbonise and regulators act to accelerate the transition, demand for solutions is intensifying and the available investment pipeline grows.

Pollination’s venture strategy offers a risk-adjusted and diversified approach to grasping opportunities that emerge from the world’s most important transition.

We target high-potential companies developing climate and nature technologies and solutions, making investments in the range of $4-12 million. The strategy offers a ten-year term and five-year investment period, with investments to begin in late 2024.


Our experienced team identifies and invests in early-stage technologies and companies across the whole of the net-zero, nature-positive opportunity set.

Renewables and energy management

Long duration energy storage.

Efficiency gains in generation.

Distributed energy resources (SaaS, P2P and VPP).

New battery chemistry.

P2X for SAF and green chemicals.

Clean industries and transport

Low carbon construction materials.

Efficiency optimisation and digital twins.

Fuel switching and green chemicals.

Resource efficiency and green raw materials.

Power to X and SAF.

Food and agriculture

Methane and nitrous oxide reductions.

Regenerative agriculture.

Organic and bio-engineered fertilisers.

Alternate proteins.

Farm efficiency.

Carbon and nature management

Engineered and nature-based removals.

Water, biodiversity and carbon markets.

Soil and sea tech.

Satelite and MRV tech.


Circular economy

E-waste, PV recycling and ‘urban mining’.

SaaS models for the sharing economy.

Biological solutions to organic waste.

Strong foundation of support

The strategy is supported by foundation commitments from Queensland Investment Corporation and Understorey Ventures.


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