COREangels Climate's co-founder Michele Morabito featured in Forbes Italia's under 30s for 2024

In a world where climate change is one of the most pressing challenges we face, individuals who dedicate themselves to combating this crisis deserve recognition and support. One such individual is Michele Morabito, the co-founder and managing partner of COREangels Climate

Forbes Italia's "100 Under 30" list is a celebration of Italy's brightest and most innovative minds under the age of 30, across various industries and sectors. Michele Morabito's inclusion in this esteemed list is a testament to his visionary leadership and unwavering commitment to driving positive change in the realm of climate technology. 

Michele Morabito, co-leader of COREangels Climate fund

Alongside Federico Giannetti and everyone contributing to COREangels Climate´s ultimate goal of fighting climate change, Michele´s recent recognition as one of Forbes Italia's top 100 people under the age of 30 underscores not only his individual accomplishments but also the growing significance of climate-focused initiatives within the investment landscape, with COREangels climate being “the first Italian investment vehicle dedicated exclusively to climate tech investments”. 

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COREangels Climate's continuous growth since its conception in March of 2023 was also highlighted, with Michele remarking that the Italian fund is now made up of 25 business angels, of which 50% are international. 

COREangels climate's growth is part of a larger trend of increased investment in climate tech startups in Italy. Last year's second edition of “IT's Climate”, a climate tech startup think tank held by COREangels Climate in Italy's Bocconi University, reviewed the latest data on Italian climate tech startup investment: from 79 million euros in 2022 to 215 million in 2023, according to research conducted by Net Zero Insights

“IT's Climate” 2024 event cover

Silvia Constantino, co-organizer of the meeting, concludes that the ongoing rise in investment on startups focused on climate tech“shows a robust commitment to sustainable innovation, with a significant number of startups that continue to emerge and attract investments”.