Tendon Consulting and Services, a Maldivian startup, has achieved a remarkable feat by winning both the National and Regional finals of Climate Launchpad Indian Subcontinent in the “The Next Big Thing” category on September 14, 2021. Their victory was made possible with the support of Climate Collective, a global community committed to fighting climate change.
The “The Next Big Thing” category of Climate Launchpad focuses on innovative and scalable ideas that address climate change, energy transition, and circular economy.
The Maldives, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, faces significant environmental challenges, including rising sea levels, coral reef degradation, and plastic pollution. Tendon Consulting and Services’ approach to tackling plastic waste aligns with the Maldives’ vision of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.
After winning the national and regional finals, Tendon Consulting and Services had the opportunity to participate in the Global finals of Climate Launchpad 2021. The event brings together the best and brightest startups from around the world, providing a platform for innovative ideas and solutions to address the challenges posed by climate change.
Tendon Consulting and Services impressed the judges at the Global finals with their sustainable and innovative solution. While they did not win the grand prize, the startup has received recognition and accolades for their work in addressing one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time.
The success of Tendon Consulting and Services is a testament to the power of innovative thinking and collaboration in addressing environmental challenges.
The Climate Launchpad competition and the support of Climate Collective have provided Tendon Consulting and Services with a platform to showcase their solution to a global audience. With the world’s attention focused on the urgent need to address climate change, Tendon Consulting and Services is an inspiring example of how startups can make a significant impact in creating a sustainable future for us all.