Business Transformation

How These 3 CEOS Are Saving the World, One Sustainable Product At a Time

Dr. Soudip Roy Chowdhury

Sustainability is at the forefront of many people’s minds these days, as the environmental impact of climate change continues to rear its ugly head in the form of intense droughts, stronger storms, heat waves, and community health risks. Many companies are leading the charge towards a more sustainable world, bringing products to the market that are lowering emissions, reducing waste, and giving access to more ethical options.

The three CEOs — and their companies — featured here are all addressing the need for sustainable products and services in their own way. Each one shows that the path to a better future is only limited by the imagination of innovators.

  1. Dr. Soudip Roy Chowdhury — Eugenie.ai
    The brainchild of Dr. Soudip Roy Chowdhury, Eugenie.ai  is a company breaking into Web3 and metaverse territory with the offering of digital twins — virtual models representing a digital structure. Eugenie.ai works specifically with manufacturing and other heavy industries to help them enable emissions management while simultaneously achieving production goals. Digital twins can be used to simulate changes or specific actions, test theories, and more.

    The digital twins developed by Eugenie can help companies significantly reduce carbon emissions and grow sustainably while not making significant changes to their core processes.  “With Eugenie’s digital platform, industrial companies can maximize their productivity while simultaneously reducing their emissions and production wastage,” explains Dr. Chowdhury.

  2. Dr. Soudip Roy Chowdhury

    Eugenie.ai is an AI-driven SaaS offering available to industrial companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint without affecting economic growth and goals.

  3. Rahim Rajwani — Atelier Meats
    One of the biggest culprits behind adverse climate change effects is agriculture, especially factory farming. The greenhouse gasses and carbon dioxide added to the atmosphere through traditional farming contribute to food waste and habitats being threatened.

    Rahim Rajwani, the co-founder of Atelier Meats, saw room in the market for a more efficient, ethical, and sustainable way of feeding the world. Atelier Meats uses biotechnology and tissue engineering to manufacture lab-grown meat.

    Rahim Rajwani

    Culturing meat can be up to 4,000% more efficient than land-intensive factory farming. Cultured meat is manufactured cleanly, with no risk of food-borne illnesses and no need for deforestation. In addition, no animals are killed or harmed with Atelier Meats. It’s state-of-the-art technology that looks to solve several environmental pain points.

    “No animal will ever be killed in anything we do,” says Rajwani. “Our patent-pending technology uses DNA from animals without causing them harm, taking the necessary DNA and returning them to magnanimous living conditions.”

    Atelier Meats is upending the lab-created meat industry, creating great-tasting, real meats without the harmful effects of factory farming.

  4. Tim Sperry — Carbon Limit and Smog Armor
    Tim Sperry is a scientist and entrepreneur passionate about protecting nature and solving global CO2 pollution. Sperry’s two climate tech companies, Carbon Limit, and Smog Armor work towards sustainability with novel carbon capture and air purifying technology.

    The technology he has developed for Carbon Limit removes CO2 from the concrete-making process and leaves a finished product that absorbs and stores CO2 instead. With concrete being responsible for up to 8% of worldwide CO2 emissions, the technology stands to make a significant contribution to lowering the harmful effects of CO2 emissions overall.

    Tim Sperry

    Sperry’s other passion project, Smog Armor, works to eliminate air pollution with what they deem the “world’s healthiest paint”. Some standard paints for indoor use can contain solvents such as xylene, ethanol, and acetone, which can cause irritation and release pollutants into the air. Smog Armor’s paints are non-toxic, containing no volatile solvents. The paint is also formulated with enhanced natural minerals that attract and neutralize air pollutants and odors.

    With his two businesses, Sperry is proving that sustainability can be achieved and work hand-in-hand with successful (and lucrative) business scaling.

    “We want to show people that you can make a lot of money doing something that is good for society.”


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