Energy-related CO2 emissions have risen by 1% per year on average since 2010.
empowering people. Network aims to identify and support innovative technologies and organizations that work to solve basic supply problems around the world. Entrepreneurs, and their enterprises, that make up the Network's ecosystem work within five primary sectors, including: Clean Energy, Food Security, Health, Circular Economy, and Water & Sanitation.
To learn more about these sectors, and the relevant social enterprises within epNetwork, please see below.
According to the United Nations, world hunger has slowly been on the rise since 2015 after declining for decades.
It is estimated that about 2 billion people throughout the world lack access to basic health services.
Waste management, one of the focuses of a circular economy, is a global issue with local impact.
Water & Sanitation
It is estimated that 2.2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water services.